An affordable housing project in Willets Point, Queens, is close to moving forward to its second phase, which would include a 25,000-seat Major League Soccer stadium.

After receiving approval from the local community board and Borough President Donovan Richards, the proposal moves ahead to the City Planning Commission, which is expected to vote on it March 6.

In December, Mayor Eric Adams and other lawmakers broke ground on Phase One of the project, which includes 880 apartments that are expected to be completed by 2026.

Jennifer O’Sullivan, chief operating officer of the New York City Football Club, and Councilman Francisco Moya, whose Queens district includes parts of East Elmhurst, Jackson Heights and Corona, joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Tuesday to talk more about the status of the new stadium.

When asked about how the project came together, Moya said, “It really was an effort of getting the input from everyone, all the stakeholders here, and now we’re seeing that come to fruition.”