This three bedroom apartment looks pretty nice, especially since it’s got more than enough space for your entire family. This full floor place is in a three story brick building with two full bathrooms, including one in the master bedroom. It’s one block away from the Northern Boulevard N and R subway stop, so it’s not such a long ride into Manhattan. The address is given as 55th Street beween Northern Boulevard and 32nd Avenue (GMAP) the block is residential, and the surrounding area is home to big-box stores and supermarkets, if you are into shopping. Apparently there is easy street parking in the neighborhood and you can have pets. Landlady Irena is looking for $2375 for this apartment, but maybe you can talk her down? Her number is (917) 582-3513 according to this post.
A reader passed along a sweet story of kids transforming a basement laundry room in Jackson Heights. It’s called the Community Art Gallery and it’s located in Hampton Court. Arlene Wipfler and Sarah Muir put out a call to young artists in the coop (which is made up of 11 buildings of 15 apartments each) […]
The city’s Industrial Development Agency voted 12-1 with one abstention to approve $42,600,000 of property-tax abatements and mortgage-recording-tax exemptions for Willets Point, reports Crain’s. The City Council approved development plans this fall; the city’s $1 sale of 23 acres to Queens Development Group became official last month. All these tax breaks, unsurpsingly, sparked controversy given […]
DNAinfo reports that Trade Fair unexpectadly closed up shop at 75-07 37th Avenue, between 75th and 76th Streets in Jackson Heights. We knew that Key Food bought this particular grocery store but it was unclear when the businesses would change over. Employees showed up for work yesterday with no warning that it would be closed, […]
A tree grows in Brooklyn, but Green Space sprouts in Queens. With its ever-changing roster of choreographers and post-performance, wine-and-cheese discussions, the Long Island City dance studio’s periodical Fertile Ground showcases have become prized spots for emerging and established artists. Some of these performers also participate in Take Root, a monthly curated series providing dancers with opportunities […]
’Tis the season to be jolly…and enjoy countless holiday concerts by local orchestras. There are also opportunities to take in art, watch African and classic films, check out experimental dance and laugh for a good cause. After the jump, we break down all your Queens events into dedicated sections for food, arts, music, education, and […]