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37-14 36th Street, Long Island City, New Development

Earlier this morning YIMBY released a, first-look, rendering by Montroy Andersen Demarco as the architect of record for the new project at 37-14 36th Street. According to the permits filled last summer a 10-story mixed use building totaling 102,292 square feet is to rise 123 feet.

31-19 37th Avenue, Long Island City, Update

Last March, 31-19 37th Avenue, sold by a local owner Bruce Sharp, who ran a title insurance company in the one-story warehouse, to a developer from China for $2,325,000. The site is a 3,400 square foot lot on the northwest corner of 32nd street and 37th avenue

47-16 Austell Place, Progress Update

47-16 Austell Place’s makeover continues. The Emmes Asset Management property is begining its reconstruction and Queens Courier has acquired a new rendering of the facade. According to the report, local artists will play a role in the design of what is to be a new

71-74 PARSONS BOULEVARD – NEW LISTING

The offices of Marcus and Millichap have just listed a new development site for sale in Kew Garden Hills. The site at 71-74 Parson Boulevard, is a 6,385-square foot lot with 30,648 buildable square feet according to the marketing material and asking $2.55 million. The area

35-11 9th Street — Cigar Factory up for Grabs!

35-11 9th Street — Cigar Factory The landmark cigar factory in Long Island City is currently on the market and is fielding major offers for the 102,670-square-foot commercial property. The Real Deal recently reported that the converted warehouse, currently owned by Hudson Realty Capital, has

47-33 5th street – New Development – Video

47-33 5th Street A four-story industrial building at 47-33 5th Street was sold for $12 million recently and could be turned into a residential development, the Queens Courier reported. Eunhasu Corporation, a Elmhurst-based developer, purchased the property from Simon Blitz, who received nearly a $10

43-01 21st Street – New Development – VIDEO

43-01 21st Street – New Development The long, twisty story of the office space at 43-01 21st Street has reached its pinnacle, and the 124,000-square-foot warehouse in Long Island City finally has a new owner. But only thing we know is that the mystery buyer