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Revealed: $106 million Farrington condo in Flushing by George Xu

  According to the Real Deal, Century Development Group is moving along and building The Farrington. As YIMBY reported back in September, the property is slated to be a mix-use of residential and retail along with a hotel in Flushing. Developer George Xu of Century development

Brooklyn-based tennis club to open Long Island City facility

Brooklyn-based tennis club to open Long Island City facility The owners of a Brooklyn-based indoor tennis club are planning to open a Queens location in Long Island City. Court 16, a private club offering tennis lessons, tennis camps and court space for adults and children, will be

Astoria Cove developer looks to sell Queens megaproject site for $350M

http://ny.curbed.com/2017/4/3/15163184/astoria-cove-sale-queens-megaproject After all the back and forth surrounding the controversial Astoria Cove megaproject in Queens, the developer, Alma Realty is now looking to sell the site for $350 million, Crain’s has learned. The news follows shortly after a New York Daily News investigation revealed the

SEE IT: Renderings Reveal Revamped Office/Retail Hubs Opening in LIC – Long Island City

https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20170321/long-island-city/related-companies-renderings-the-point HUNTERS POINT — Digital-advertising agency VaynerMedia is the first major tenant to lease space at The Point, an office and retail project coming to a pair of former warehouse buildings also slated to house a cafe, beer hall and other amenities, its owners announced

Vacant 421a-Eligible Queens Site Hits Market at $35M

https://commercialobserver.com/2017/01/vacant-421a-approved-queens-site-hits-market-at-35m/ Queens-based developers AB Capstone and Bronstein Properties are selling a vacant site—with approved development plans in place—in the Ridgewood section of the borough for $34.9 million, Commercial Observer has learned. After acquiring the 40,000-square-foot site at 336-350 St. Nicholas Avenue in 2014 for $7.7