By November 2005 that should change. According to one construction manager, Chuck Larue, by that time the 95-unit building at 108-36/50 Queens Blvd., rising 240 feet and dwarfing the flanking Commerce Bank and Homefront Designs shop, will be ready for occupancy, And noting the marble baths and granite kitchens that will grace each high-end condo, Larue suggested that those occupants probably would be "somewhat wealthy." However, a pricetag for each condo, he said, will depend on interest costs and supply and demand.The owner and developer of the property, Cord Meyer Development LLC -- a prominant development company in Queens -- could not be reached for comment.Co
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