Smitty McGiver

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Commented on Innovation QNS 2 weeks, 2 days ago
First job is to get the zoning amended by the city land use review process. This also has to get through our city concilmember who is openly hostile to any development and then it has to get through the city council which is not going to be easy either. Hopefully they will come to their senses and allow the demolition of empty and unused single story warehouses to build housing, locations for new small businesses and green space. This could be one of the prime projects to help restart the NYC economy.
Supported a comment by Michal Arditi on Innovation QNS 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Michal Arditi
When are you starting to build this? Can you elaborate more on the timeline? Super excited for this!
Supported a comment by Steven Hiller on Innovation QNS 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Steven Hiller
This is a silly question. Who in their right mind would not support job creation, affordable housing and open space? Oh, council member Jimmy Van Bramer doesn't seem to like ANY of those things.
Supported a comment by Steven Hiller on Innovation QNS 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Steven Hiller
I see lots of new dog owners in the neighborhood over the past 4-5 years so a dog run for the pups and some places for people of all ages to sit in the sunshine for a few minutes would be nice.
Supported a comment by Steven Hiller on Innovation QNS 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Steven Hiller
A small theater that could be used on a rotating basis by local theater groups as well as by kids at the nearby elementary and middle schools.
Commented on Innovation QNS 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Have you ever visited the neighborhood? There are at least 6 Spanish restaurants on 36 Ave between Northern Blvd and the subway on 31 St. They range from Spanish(Spain) to Venezuelan, Columbian, and Ecuadorian and from simple and less expensive to somewhat elegant and fairly expensive. Some are within 30 seconds walk from the proposed innovation qns project. I invite you to visit the neighborhood next time you are in town.