46-20 11th Street is currently a 2-story 14,000 square foot industrial warehouse building on a 10,000 foot lot that has new plans filled by ’11th Street Condominiums LLC’ and architect, Raymond Chan. The building currently houses an owner and user http://www.majorair.net/, whom is selling for a
Last fall, Queensbeans.com reported on Long Island City’s growth to a $300 per buildable sqaure foot market for residential zoned development sites when GDC Properties’ purchased two sites on 11th St for $44 million with plans to build townhouses. According to plans that were filed Friday YIMBY
One of the top real estate owners in Long Island City, Plaxall, has a proposed rendering and plans for their site at 49-05 5th in Long Island City. Located in the booming, Hunters Point South sub-market of Long Island City, this site is located centrally
Recently Queens Beans was on-site in Hunters Point South and took time to photograph and video the progress at the Related Companies newest project coming to Long Island City. Recently Multi-Housing News reported that AFL-CIO invested $8.3 million into building
Applications have been filed for a five-story, six-unit mixed-use building of nearly 7,500 square feet at 46-40 Vernon Boulevard, in Long Island City. Douglas Cutler is designing, and an existing three-story townhouse must first be demolished.
Recently Queens Beans reported on the sale of The Center Building and the surge in the LIC office market. While Manhattan used to be the focus of real estate players for office real estate, the shift has turned to Long Island City due to the
Recently, GDC Properties purchased two adjacent, one-story, industrial warehouses in the Court Square sub-district of Long Island City, for a total of $44 million. Headquartered in Westchester, GDC, purchased the larger of the two lots, at 11-15 46 Ave for $37 million from the Eunhasu Corporation