A brand-new, mixed-use building is being developed in Sunnyside, Queens. The structure will be addressed at 43-46 39th Place, just a block away from the 40th Street-Lowery Street Station which is serviced by the 7 train. The design is in charge of Raymond Chan Architects.
After long days spent with a void in it, Sunnyside is getting the movies back. Regal Entertainment Group has recently made a deal and leased a space that spans 38,000 square feet, a theater addressed at 38-01 Queens Boulevard. The structure has twelve stories and
The Department of Homeless Services has started using another hotel as a homeless shelter. The facility in question is a Best Western hotel that is located right in the border of the Sunnyside and Long Island City neighborhoods and is addressed at 38-05 Hunters Point
According to a recent market report by Justin Liniado – Associate Director of Multifamily at CPEX, investment sales in the Queens multi-family market saw a year of strong, steady growth in 2015. Rising market rents and a steady increase in condo and commercial transactions has
Lai Ho Chen of Fongtar Realty has paid $1.9 Million for Air Rights from YMCA Greater New York. Cushman & Wakefield’s Stephen Preuss exclusively handled the all-cash sale of 40,000 buildable square feet of air rights at 32-37 Queens Boulevard. The property is located between 32nd Place and