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Arch Companies Top Out on Mixed-Use Project in Ridgewood, Queens

Arch Companies, a vertically integrated real estate owner, operator and developer, has topped out its Myrtle Avenue project in Ridgewood, Queens. The building has 130,000 square feet of retail space, approximately 60% pre-leased to big box retailers. There are also 133 residential units. 

“We are very excited about topping off this prime project in Ridgewood, Queens,” said Jeff Simpson, managing partner of Arch Companies. “This building is in a great location, and will deliver much-needed residential units as well as retail amenities to the neighborhood. We are pleased with the construction progress and look forward to completing this building on schedule for delivery next year.” 

Arch began construction on the Myrtle Avenue project early in 2021; and project delivery is expected in 2023. The building is located just off the L and M lines and is close to the Ridgewood Intermodal Bus Terminal. 


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