Astoria continues its long string of new real estate projects. Recently, the newest addition was announced: a new development that will contain seven stories and a dance studio. Nowadays, the building is the home of the Callina’s Dance School, addressed at 35-10 Astoria Blvd.
Even though the continuing expansion of several Queens areas is a reason for positivity and good prospects, it is true that some neighborhoods are not ready for the new introductions that are made. Astoria, for example, is struggling to keep up with the growing demand,
We have talked over and over about how much Astoria has grown lately, but this growth is mainly attributed to new residential towers or mixed-use developments. Nevertheless, new reports have confirmed some extremely good news for the area: a new hotel is coming to the
Kari Horowitz c/o Wildenstein & Co., Inc. purchased 2757 Crescent Street in Astoria, Queens. This is a 4C7 building with over six families and stores. It spans 7,325 square feet. The seller was Crescent TCP Street LLC. The transaction cost $8,875,000. The trade occurred August
Hard times For the last ten years or so, Astoria has been steadily becoming a super interesting community filled to the brim with interesting aspects to it. From a middle-class community into a cosmopolitan neighborhood, this area offers anything you may want: the housing is
http://ny.curbed.com/2017/4/3/15163184/astoria-cove-sale-queens-megaproject After all the back and forth surrounding the controversial Astoria Cove megaproject in Queens, the developer, Alma Realty is now looking to sell the site for $350 million, Crain’s has learned. The news follows shortly after a New York Daily News investigation revealed the
421a revival As of late, it has been said 421a it is going to be brought back. With this in mind, the owner of the Astoria Cove, is searching for a buyer for this property. Apparently, the transaction will set you back about $350 million.
Kushner Companies enter deal Kushner Companies and Karan Singh enter deal involving Queens’ property. Jared Kusher’s business has reached an agreement with Queens’ investor Karan Singh. The contract stipulates a four-building Astoria portfolio will be purchased by Singh for $76 million. This amounts to $615
https://www.bisnow.com/new-york/news/neighborhood/noi-makes-besen-bullish-thats-neighborhood-of-interest-astoria-queens-71780 Astoria’s landscape has recently benefited from an influx of development dollars and a frenzied flurry of activity aimed at providing migrant Millennials with in-demand housing and longtime residents with parks, schools and supermarkets. Developers’ efforts are especially concentrated on the shoreline, transforming a desolate
A huge loan and great news New reports have surfaced that declare a new business move by Alma Realty. The company secured a $55 million loan to refinance an office building they own located on 33rd Street in Astoria. The money for the mortgage was