Average price of a Queens home on the rise, but sales dropped 5 percent in 2016: report After a year bringing historic highs in sales prices and real estate growth citywide, the city’s residential sales market closed 2016 with a “moderate” fourth quarter, according to a recent
Three-Story, Six-Unit Residential Project Planned at 34-31 9th Street, Astoria A Long Island City-based property owner has filed applications for a three–story, six-unit residential building at 34-31 9th Street, located in the western end of Astoria. The project will measure 5,787 square feet, which means
Twin Two-Story, Two-Family Houses Coming to 15-22 Murray Street, Whitestone Whitestone-based FMC Equities has filed applications for twin two–story, two-family houses at 15-22 and 15-24 Murray Street, in Whitestone. The new buildings will measure 3,162 square feet each. Across both, the apartments should average 874
Why one family keeps turning down millions for their simple house next to Augusta National Golf Club BRP Companies scored $323.6 million from the New York City Housing Development Corporation to build a 669-unit apartment complex in Queens. The city provided $259.2 million for 147-40
Vincent Young buys 136-42 Maple Ave, an Apartment consisting of 73 of Square Feet, from H&K Firm 2, LLC for n/a (n/a per square foot). The Property is in Queens, NY and traded on December 12, 2016.
Traded: Farrells Limousine Service Corp buys 22-11 38th Ave from Farrell Properties LLC for $23,000,000
Farrells Limousine Service Corp buys 22-11 38th Ave, an Industrial consisting of 30,000 of Square Feet, from Farrell Properties LLC for $23,000,000 ($767 per square foot). The Property is in Queens, NY and traded on December 12, 2016.
Site Cleared For Seven-Story, Mixed-Use Complex At 37-21 32nd Street In Dutch Kills, Long Island City
Site Cleared for Seven-Story, Mixed-Use Complex at 37-21 32nd Street in Dutch Kills, Long Island City A seven-story development is slated to rise at 37-21 32nd Street in Dutch Kills, in northeast Long Island City. The mixed-use project is one of several that are rapidly
Revealed: Five-Story, 289-Key Dual-Brand Hotel Planned at 36-20 Steinway Street, Long Island City A rendering has been revealed of the five-story, 289-key dual-branded hotel at 36-20 Steinway Street, located on the corner of Northern Boulevard in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City. The
City has its sights set on developing a 58,000-square-foot section of an LIC rail yard The city is looking to develop a portion of land in Long Island City to create a mixed-use project that includes commercial space, community space and housing. Located at 11-24 Jackson