There has been a new update regarding one of the most interesting projects being developed in Long Island City. According to reports, the tower known as “the Smyth” addressed at 25-16 37th Avenue has reached a new step in its development. Workers are about to
Silver Star Motors, a long time Queens Mercedes-Benz dealership has just completed it structure on 37-14 36th Street. 37-14 36th Street one of the very first high-rise multi-family residential building in east Long Island City/Dutch Kills section of Queens, NY is a 10-story, 135,000-sq.-ft. building.
Cornell’s new tech campus is well underway with its construction having been commenced, making this premiere educational center just a stone’s throw away for the residents of LIC. The rezoning of Long Island City makes it even more development-friendly, prompting the influx of real
Long Island City has been seeing a progressive development for a while now. With various investments in the district, along with developments—both of residential and commercial purposes, establishing a sub-district could better serve the cause of further developing LIC. The LIC Business District currently stretch
Morali Architects PLLC, have filed plans for a new 7- Story Mixed use building on 34th Street in Long Island City. The site is currently a 19,500 square foot, 1-story warehouse, built to the lot and being used as a medical facility. The plans, which
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.
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
A two-story warehouse located at 29-16 40th Avenue in Long Island City, New York for the owner prior owner Elias Nassim. The lot dimensions are 50 by 119 feet for a lot of 5,750 square feet. The building is 9,449 square feet and will most likely be
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