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NYCHA starts new $123 million restoration project in Far Rockaway

The Redfern Houses, located in Far Rockaway, Queens, have been the most recent recipients of a recovery and resilience project established by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA). The project has destined a $123 million budget into benefiting almost 1,500 individuals that live in

Plans for new school in College Point have been filed

There is a fairly secluded neighborhood in Queens known as College Point. It is mostly inhabited by working and middle-class families. It is fairly disadvantaged when it comes to the public transportation that services the area: only five bus lines reach the community, and the

Two new Related Companies’ towers coming to Far Rockaway

New reports have surfaced that state the Related Companies have plans of building two towers in Far Rockaway. Both buildings are going to be located on two lots on the corner of Mott Avenue and Gateway Boulevard. The Related Companies own a Section 8 development

SkyView Parc’s decade sellout coming to an end

SkyView Parc is one of the most famous megaprojects in Flushing, if not the whole of Queens. This project is notorious for its many setbacks, but after almost a decade, developers are nearing a sellout. SkyView Parc is a mixed-use project that includes a retail

The Tangram at Flushing, Queens, continues to grow and rise

NEW YORK – October 16, 2017 – Inspired by the traditional Chinese dissection puzzle consisting of flat pieces called tans, put together to form shapes, 1.2 million square feet of groundbreaking retail, office, residential and hotel space continues to rise at Tangram, the new epicenter of Downtown

Mikkeller brewery is coming to Queens

International brewing company Mikkeller continues to grow in Queens. The company’s latest acquisition? They have signed a lease for a Woodside warehouse. Said warehouse spans 7,500 square feet and will be mainly use for keeping bottles and ingredients such as barley and hops, essentials for

New Hui Chen mixed-use project coming to Queens

The site addressed at 136-78 41st Avenue was purchased last December by developer Hui Chen for $9.32 million. Even though the corresponding permits have not been filed yet, the first rendering of the project has already been released. The design was decided by Raymond Chan