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Potholes cover the streets of the Iron Triangle. Photo by Caroll Alvarado
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Graffiti decorates a plywood wall. Photo by Caroll Alvarado
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A worker waits for passing motorists to stop for repairs. Photo by Caroll Alvarado
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A No. 7 train rides past Citi Field. Photo by Caroll Alvarado
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Willets Point is home to dozens of auto repair businesses. Photo by Caroll Alvarado
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A man looks out from one of dozens of the auto body shops. Photo by Caroll Alvarado

The Queens Borough Board recently authorized the sale of 23 acres of Willets Point $1 to Queens Development Group LLC, a joint venture between Sterling Equities and Related Cos. The site is slated to be redeveloped into a mixed-used commercial and residential project.

Posted 12:00 am, December 2, 2013
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