Another building in Ridgewood, Queens, has been leased. New reports have surfaced that establish that the Gotham Plumbing Supply has entered a five-year deal that will make them the tenants of a 34,700 square feet lot. In this site, there is a mixed-use building that
We have talked over and over about how much Astoria has grown lately, but this growth is mainly attributed to new residential towers or mixed-use developments. Nevertheless, new reports have confirmed some extremely good news for the area: a new hotel is coming to the
Chetrit Group LLC purchased 6411 Queens Blvd in Woodside, Queens. This is a 2H4 building, a motel. It spans 17,754 square feet. The seller was Queemo Corp. The transaction cost $13,375,000. The trade occurred August 23rd 2017.
Liberty 168 LLC purchased 16804 Liberty Avenue in South Jamaica, Queens. This is a 1K1 one-story retail building. It spans 8,341 square feet. The seller was RW 168-04 Liberty LLC. The transaction cost $5,150,000. The trade occurred August 21st 2017.
12 Street Hotel, LLC purchased 3843 12th Street in Long Islad City, Queens. This is V0 building, zoned for residential. It spans 5,160 square feet. The seller was Li City Hotel LLC. The transaction cost $3,300,000. The trade occurred August 21st 2017.
Kari Horowitz c/o Wildenstein & Co., Inc. purchased 2757 Crescent Street in Astoria, Queens. This is a 4C7 building with over six families and stores. It spans 7,325 square feet. The seller was Crescent TCP Street LLC. The transaction cost $8,875,000. The trade occurred August
TRADED: Metropolitan Commons LLC buys 11823-11833 Metropolitan Avenue from Polifields LLC for $3.5 million
Metropolitan Commons LLC purchased 11823-11833 Metropolitan Avenue in Kew Gardens, Queens. This is a 1K1 one story retail building. It spans 6,000 square feet. The seller was Polifields LLC. The transaction cost $3.5 million. The trade occurred August 17th 2017.
The arts are coming back Despite what recent reports may say, there is still hope for the classic Ridgewood Theater. According to latest news, a single person is trying to reboot the historic site by turning its ground floor into a fine arts or performing
Hard times For the last ten years or so, Astoria has been steadily becoming a super interesting community filled to the brim with interesting aspects to it. From a middle-class community into a cosmopolitan neighborhood, this area offers anything you may want: the housing is
Just off the heels of purchasing the former Entenmann’s bakery on 70-50 Queens Blvd, the Chetrit Group has acquired a motel in Woodside on 64-11 Queens Blvd. The motel located between 64th Street and 65th Street was purchased for $13,375,000 according to public records. The property