Even though there has been a significant increase in construction projects in Long Island City, experts say there is no need to worry about oversupply, especially when it comes to office space. According to them, only now the city of New York is reaching pre-September
A new development is on its way in the neighborhood of Long Island City, in Queens. Zand Development LLC is in charge and the company already filed the corresponding permits for a site addressed at 29-00 Northern Boulevard. This is another project located on Jackson
Rapper Nas, a Queens and Long Island City native will be bringing his eatery, Sweet Chick, to his home neighborhood in 2018. This will be the fifth location of the joint that specializes in chicken and waffles, and will be addressed at 46-42 Vernon Boulevard.
Plans for a new building have been approved by the Attorney General’s office in New York. Said plans are for a building known as the Smyth, that will feature 41 condos and will be located in Dutch Kills, Long Island city and addressed at 25-16
Once 2020 arrives, over 1,000 Bloomingdale’s jobs will start moving to Queens. Bloomingdale’s parent company, Macy’s made a statement last year that they were renting over half a million square feet of office space in a Long Island City location, but did not specify neither
The first rendering of a new condo project that will be located in Long Island City, Queens, has been released. The project is property of New Empire Corporation and will be addressed at 37-14 34th Street, just a little over a block away from the
Peter Papamichael of Vorea Group buys 12-01 44th Avenue in LIC from Lawrence Aaronson of Craig Envelope
Back in September Real Estate Weekly reported that Vorea was in contract to purchase 12-01 44th Avenue after their announcement of the ground lease of 23-20 Jackson Avenue. Now Queensbeans.com has learned that Peter Papamichael of the Vorea Group recently closed on the purchase of
Silver Star Motors, a long time Queens Mercedes-Benz dealership has just completed it structure on 37-14 36th Street. 37-14 36th Street one of the very first high-rise multi-family residential building in east Long Island City/Dutch Kills section of Queens, NY is a 10-story, 135,000-sq.-ft. building.
Paul D. Kazilionis’s Westbrook Partners and Innovo Property Group have closed on 23-02 49th Ave, a 656,000 square foot Queens’s office building for $195 Million from Cammeby’s International and the Fruchthandler family along with Yosef Katz, the managing director of investment sales at GFI Realty
HHF is currently marketing the Development site for Kevin Maloney’s PMG, at 29-37 41st Avenue in Long Island City’s, Queens Plaza district. According to the marketing, the property is over 1 million square feet, with a 15-year 421 tax abatement, $35 million in brownfield tax