Look out Long Island city, look out Astoria, look out Flushing, because Jamaica is going through a development boom. As Brooklyn’s prices rise they have caused a domino effect and spill over into western Queens such as Long Island City and Astoria.
Progress Update: Kew Gardens Portfolio This past September, a Midtown based firm A & E Real Estate bought a large portfolio from Hudson Realty of 53 buildings with a total of 1,270 apartments for $216 million dollars. The deal, which was listed exclusively
Dutch Kills in Long Island City is on fire. Queens Beans just reported regarding the sale of 3714 34th Street and now the property at the corner on 38th Avenue, from 33rd to 34th street has closed. 33-01 38 Avenue, (photo by google maps) just sold for
A 19,500 square foot warehouse currently used for a medical facility has been recently sold for $9.7 million. The warehouse spans from 34th to 33rd streets, between 37th and 38th avenues, has both M1-2 and R6A zoning with 58,500 buildable square feet as of right.
Now that the permits have been filed and excavation is under way, Queens Beans brings you the latest on the newest Court Square development from Rockrose. Over the summer Rockrose filed permits with the city to get approval on its latest project at 43-25 Hunter
There is more activity on Hunter Street. Queens Beans Just reported about Rockrose’s excavation of 43-25 Hunter St. Now, we bring you the final look of the unique condominium at 42-77 Hunter Street between 42nd Road and 43rd Avenue. The 25 foot by 100 ft
Looks like the demolition at 14-01 Broadway in Astoria is underway. The property is three parcels purchased last March by Great Neck, NY based developer, New York Lions Group, headed by Ramin and Albert Shirian. The project called “The Baron” is expected to be 73,500