The Red Roof Inn on Hunters Point Avenue, off the long Island Expressway, is on market for sale. Auction.com and HREC Investment Advisors are marketing the 80-guestroom Red Roof Inn Queens. The property was converted to a Red Roof in 2012. The hotel was a Holiday Inn Express
Before the new year, QueensBeans.com reported on the 99-year ground lease of 9-03 44th Road to Barone Management to develop a new hotel in Long Island City. Now YIMBY has revealed the details of those plans with renderings for what is now expected to be
41-32 27th Street In Long Island City has been through couple changes of hands as well as plans in the past two years. The over 34,000 square foot buildable site was sold in 2013 for $3.5 million to a hotel developer who had even filed plans to build
Update – 29-21 Queens Plaza North The new Hilton Garden Inn at 29-21 Queens Plaza North is now rising; the building will eventually stand 16 floors, and hold 163 hotel rooms.
HospitalityNet just reported that M & R Management is to manage the hotel located at 39-05 29th St in Long island City. The Hotel is branded as a Holiday Inn and hosts 136 Rooms. Located in the Dutch Kills section of LIC, a couple blocks from the
The Boro Hotel: 38-28 27th Street, Long island City 11101 This past Sunday, Queens Beans was on site in Long Island City for an exclusive preview inside a new hotel that is in its final stage of completion. The hotel, to be named “The Boro
A 420,000 buildable square foot listing was just put on the market for $24 million in Downtown Jamaica. The building located at 14-707 94th Avenue is being sold by World Wide Food Products as per DNAinfo. The tower is close to the AirTrain station. Recently there
Flushing, Queens will have a new mixed-use 14 story building at 135-03 35th Avenue. C&G Empire Reality, LLC headed by Jia Shu Xu will be constructing a 206,968 square foot building to replace the existing warehouse. The building will have 134 units, as well as
Look out Long Island city, look out Astoria, look out Flushing, because Jamaica is going through a development boom. As Brooklyn’s prices rise they have caused a domino effect and spill over into western Queens such as Long Island City and Astoria.