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
Nearing the end of 2016, developer Savanna purchased the tower known as the Falchi Building, which is located in Long Island City. According to recent reports, the company has invested $35 million in a renovation project for the tower and the process has already begun.
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
As the inauguration date gets closer and closer, the reveals regarding the redevelopment taking place in the old Eagle Electric factory are becoming more frequent. The last reveal includes the new façade, which is almost done and has stopped being just a picture or a
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
A popular microbrewery that started in Queens had decided to move and set shop in Brooklyn. The company, known as Transmitter Brewing, has rented a 8,165 sf space in the updated Building 77. They will be going from Long Island City to the Brooklyn Navy
Because of the non-stopping growth the Long Island City area has been experiencing lately, developers need to come up with competitive ideas in order to keep their buildings current and attractive for future buyers and tenants. One example of this is the complex known as
There is an existing building with five stories addressed at 37-06 36th Street in Long Island City. There is also a plan to add six stories starting on the existing rooftop, and renderings have already been released by DHD Architecture and Interior Design, the firm
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