F&T Group has unveiled a new outdoor art installation at the Queens Crossing Plaza in Flushing. As part of an annual collaboration with Crossing Art gallery, the unveiling has become a tradition for those who live and work in the neighborhood. This year’s work is from Asian American artist, Jaena Kwon, whose sculptural piece is titled “Hearts as One.”
F&T is the developer behind the 1.2 million s/f Tangram mixed use complex in Flushing and part of the Special Flushing Waterfront District team looking to activate 29 acres of inactive and underutilized land along Flushing Creek to create a public waterfront park.
“F&T Group is deeply rooted in the Flushing community. Our goal within every project and initiative we back is to bring the community together and to celebrate the immigrant roots Flushing was built upon. This inspiring installation is a display of creative passion and a reminder of the importance of visual arts, especially during the holidays and a challenging year,” said Michael Lee, CEO of F&T Group.