Farell Limo Headquarters Coming to Queens ! Queensbeans has learned that Farrel will building their new headquarters in queens http://www.farrellslimousine.com/. See images below:
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
47-16 Austell Place – New Development The Manhattan-based Emmes Asset Management Company has been busy try to reform the real estate landscape of Astoria/LIC recently. First, they bought the six-story building at 35-37 36th Street for $30 million last year — a current home of
JLL has just listed a 36,000 square foot assemblage of land that can be built up to 780,000 square feet. According to the JLL marketing material, the site covers half of a city block, bounded by 44th Road to the north, 23rd Street to the
Things are quickly taking shape at the QLIC. A 21-story, 421-unit mega will anchor the Queens Plaza North site once completed and now a teaser site and renderings have been released to add to the suspense. The rapidly growing Queens Plaza area has numerous
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.
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
The team at the NY Lions Group have filed permits for another project in Long Island City. Queens Beans reported on Albert and Ramin Shirian’s project in Astoria at 14-01 Broadway back in November and just last month
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
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.