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Questions Cast Shadow on Glendale Yeshiva

While the Community Board 5’s (CB 5) Land Use Committee recognizes that it is in good terms with the owners of Glendale’s Yeshiva Godolah Seminary (YGS), the former recommended on Monday that the Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) deny yeshiva’s application for a zoning variance. Yeshiva

Middle Village Factory Paid $85K in Fines

The office of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited the Juniper Elbow Co. addressed at the Middle Village for its violation of over 15 safety standards in its Metropolitan Avenue sites. Said company is ordered to pay over $85,000 in fine to the federal

48-room Hotel Planned in Jamaica

As Jamaica emerges to become the latest frontier of development in the city, a developer has initiated plans to build a hotel on the site of a vacant, three-family home right in the center of the neighborhood. Just recently, developer CPEX announced the completion of

Reports of High Line-Style Park Making Its Way To LIC  

  Unused railroad tracks in Long Island City might be given a new life soon, as the MTA are recently reaching out to the community for some ideas on how to put the space to good use, reports say. The transportation agency is looking for

Tallest Building in The Outer Borough Will Be Mostly For Renters

Supertall towers in Manhattan are set to cater to condo buyers in new heights—literally, but the tallest building that is set to be developed in the outer boroughs are dedicated to renters. The 914-foot-tall residential building, Queen Plaza Park, which Property Markets Group and the

Savanna Holding on to One Court Square

Owners of the One Court Square in Long Island City have decided to change course, and has detracted from its initial plan to sell the 1.5 million-square-foot office tower. The Savanna, which has bought a controlling interest in the said property located at 25-01 Jackwon