Major improvements to the curbs of Bayside Hills.
Last week, Assemblywoman Nily Rozic announced that the city has begun curb restoration and construction work.
The northeast Queens assemblywoman allocated $500,000 in state funding to the Department of Transportation for the project, which will bring the streets to a state of good repair.
“Our streets in Bayside Hills have gone far too long without infrastructure upgrades,” Rozic says. “With the announcement, our families in Bayside Hills will finally receive the street infrastructure that will raise home values, improve neighborhood safety and beautify its blocks.”
The curbs will be rebuilt along with new sidewalks. The renovation is expected to be completed soon.
Construction is taking place along:
- 208th Street between 53rd Avenue and 56th Avenue
- 210th Street between 50th Avenue and 53rd Avenue
- 213th Street between 56th Avenue and Horace Harding Expressway
“Our neighborhood has been in critical need of these curb restorations,” said Michael Feiner, president of the Bayside Hills Civic Association, “and I look forward to the DDC’s completion.”