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Thank God It’s Thursday! Tonight, the Queens Museum offers the first installment of Passport Thursdays, a weekly series featuring outdoor music, dance, and film. Set to run from 7 pm until 10 pm, each presentation will have an ethnic theme, and the Flushing Meadows Corona Park venue will offer free, hands-on artmaking workshops before each […]
We picked up this listing from Jackson Heights Life, where a commenter declared the ask of $1,495,000 “an INSANE price.” It’s a semi-detached one family — the home on the market is pictured at right. There are five bedrooms, three bathrooms and no interior pictures, which is certainly a risky move with an asking price […]
To start with, this giant was built during the winter, in 1914. We’re used to this sort of thing these days, seeing enormous structural works of reinforced concrete being constructed willy nilly all over the place during all sorts of weather, but in 1914 – this building represented a revolutionary step forward in the construction […]
Earlier this month Rockrose Development filed a new building application for its major conversion project at the Eagle Electric warehouse. The Court Square Blog spotted the documents, which outline building plans: 54 stories, 783 units, 587,860 square feet of residential space and 34,477 square feet of commercial space. The developers already started demolishing portions of […]
Ariel Property Advisors released its Queens 2014 Mid-Year Sales Report, and the numbers for investment property sales are incredibly strong. The first half of 2014 saw a 42 percent increase in investment property sales transactions as opposed to last year, as well as a 49 percent increase in the dollar volume of those trades. (Ariel’s […]