A $600-million movie studio in Queens backed by legendary actor Robert De Niro is cleared for construction, reports 6sqft.

Rendering of Wildflower StudiosBjarke Ingels Group

Wildflower Studios, slated for a five-acre site next to the Steinway Pianos warehouse in Astoria, will consist of a seven-story edifice featuring 775,000 square feet of space.

Bjarke Ingels Group is designing the project along 19th Avenue, which had once been used as a storage site for Steinway, which continues to operate a factory next door to the Wildflower project site. The new construction will include 11 soundstages, offices, and other ancillary support spaces in a 145-foot-tall building clad in precast concrete panels.

Plans also call for two open-air terraces, as well as connections to Luyster Creek through a publicly-accessible waterfront esplanade.

Rendering of Wildflower StudiosBjarke Ingels Group

The development team, which also includes De Niro's son Raphael, development firm Wildflower, and producer Jane Rosenthal, expects to complete work in 2023.