Hungry for more Pun definitely intended, Long Island City is hungry… for more eateries that is. A development group known as Long Island City Partnership performed a study in the area and came to the conclusion that almost 20% of the residents that participated think
Childhood Trump home for rent Even after the busy year President Trump has had, it is not odd that news are continuously breaking about him. In this case, it is about a property he used to live in but it seems rather strange that this
Long overdue Back in 2011, applications for a new development in Ridgewood, Queens, were filed. More precisely, at 62-41 Forest Avenue. In the last few years, some progress was made and last year new permits were filed. This time, developers filed for the site’s sidewalk
New project in Rego Park Developers have filed documents for a new project, at 99-55 63rd Road, Rego Park. A three-story building will rise northeast of the 63rd Drive stop on the E, M and R trains. However, two family homes are sitting on the lot.
Caifu Capital LLC purchased 13541 38TH Avenue in Flushing North, Queens. This is a 1k1 one story retail building spanning 2,108 square feet. The seller was Francesca Brenner and others. The transaction cost $3,950,000.00. The trade occurred August 7th 2017.
A new home for a cultural staple The popular experimental performing arts space known as The Chocolate Factory Theater is putting down roots in Long Island City permanently. The company purchased, without debt, a home in the area. They got some financial help from the
Multi million dollar deal in Flushing A new transaction occurred in Flushing. The Calvary World Mission Church sold the building they owned there for $19 million. Regent Medical Properties is the buyer. This company has plans to replace the church building with a medical office
New project from 110-12 to 110-18 Liberty Avenue The A train goes right through Queens. Along Liberty Avenue, the train travels down Jamaica. This is important because currently, four different building applications have been filed just down the block from the 111 St-Greenwood Avenue Station.
The top 10 investment-sales in Queens is very varied. For the second quarter, no type of transaction took up more than three spots on the list. The biggest one of them all, so far, was the acquisition of the Crowne Plaza Hotel for over $58
New luxury summer hotspot With an assortment of sushi rolls by the poolside, the new luxury Profundo Pool opened its doors last August 3rd. This new hotspot is located in a rooftop, the rooftop of the Ravel Hotel, to be more