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Permits for a new development based in Flushing have been filed

Back in October, renderings of a new development located in Flushing were released. The building would be located at 136-78 41st Avenue, and the corresponding permits have just been filed. The tower will have eight stories and will be just three blocks away from the

New gym chain location coming to iconic Ridgewood Theatre

An old movie theater located in Ridgewood is due to an extreme makeover. According to sources, Community Board 5 is currently revising the plans for a “physical culture establishment”, more commonly known as a gym, that would be constructed in the first levels of what

Chris Xu selling Flushing land acquired last year

Chris Xu has decided to part ways with some of the property he acquired in Flushing last year. Xu is a very prolific developer that is based in Queens and is the president of the United Construction and Development Group. The land he sold was

Another building coming to Jackson Avenue in Long Island City

A new development is on its way in the neighborhood of Long Island City, in Queens. Zand Development LLC is in charge and the company already filed the corresponding permits for a site addressed at 29-00 Northern Boulevard. This is another project located on Jackson

The Tangram starts promoting its first condo sales

Back in November the condos in a brand new building started being available for sale. The building in question has 13 stories and is located in Flushing, Queens and is part of a bigger project (known as the Tangram) that will have a total of

New Taco Bell location coming to Corona

Famous fast-food chain Taco Bell has revealed its plans to add 50 new locations across the five New York City boroughs by 2022. Without wasting any time, the chain already opened a new location in Corona, kickstarting their plans for the city. The new spot

Old Eagle Electric factory redevelopment continues to advance

As the inauguration date gets closer and closer, the reveals regarding the redevelopment taking place in the old Eagle Electric factory are becoming more frequent. The last reveal includes the new façade, which is almost done and has stopped being just a picture or a