Take Your Pick: Queens or Manhattan Declining inventory and high prices have defined the Manhattan real estate market for years. In Queens, however, inventory is on the rise and prices are lower. Here’s a look at what you can get
Recently Queens Beans was on-site in Hunters Point South and took time to photograph and video the progress at the Related Companies newest project coming to Long Island City. Recently Multi-Housing News reported that AFL-CIO invested $8.3 million into building
The team at the NY Lions Group have filed permits for another project in Long Island City. Queens Beans reported on Albert and Ramin Shirian’s project in Astoria at 14-01 Broadway back in November and just last month
HospitalityNet just reported that M & R Management is to manage the hotel located at 39-05 29th St in Long island City. The Hotel is branded as a Holiday Inn and hosts 136 Rooms. Located in the Dutch Kills section of LIC, a couple blocks from the
Applications have been filed for a five-story, six-unit mixed-use building of nearly 7,500 square feet at 46-40 Vernon Boulevard, in Long Island City. Douglas Cutler is designing, and an existing three-story townhouse must first be demolished.
Elysium NY LLC has filed applications for a seven-story, 22-unit mixed-use residential and community building totaling 17,103 square feet at 140-18 Cherry Avenue, in Flushing. Cheng-Yang Lee is the architect of record, and an existing two-story structure must first be demolished.
Entering the game A major new player has entered the Queens real estate game: Kushner Companies. The company owned by Jared Kushner has purchased a four building portfolio in Astoria. The purchase includes a 143 residential units and 11 commercial ones. The seller was RockFarmer
Queens Beans was back in LIC on Sunday and stopped by 43-25 Hunter Street. Last month Queens Beans was on site for photos of the initial work and Last Sunday Queens Beans took some new progress photos and a video. Here are some quick
The Boro Hotel: 38-28 27th Street, Long island City 11101 This past Sunday, Queens Beans was on site in Long Island City for an exclusive preview inside a new hotel that is in its final stage of completion. The hotel, to be named “The Boro
On a gloomy rainy day in Long Island City day neither the construction stopped nor did Queens Beans stop from bringing the recent updates. Queens Beans took a drive on Jackson Avenue and saw that that the ODA-designed project at 22-22 Jackson Avenue is progressing