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Hillside Avenue runs nearly continuously in a fast and furious pace from Myrtle Avenue in Richmond Hill to Jericho Turnpike in central Nassau County. One of the rather more obscure landmarks found along one of the road’s rare curves was, in fact, moved to its present position to facilitate Hillside Avenue’s very fast-and-furious-ness. When the […]
Yesterday, Council Member Daniel Dromm announced the implementation of the Jackson Heights Slow Zone. Bordered by 34th Avenue, Broadway, Roosevelt Avenue and 87th Street, the area will now have a 20 mph speed limit, 26 new speed bumps and 23 neighborhood slow zone gateways, which are high-visibility blue signs announcing the speed limit. According to […]
Long Island City, it’s time to welcome one more tower to the neighborhood. New York YIMBY spotted permits at 27-21 44th Drive, in Court Square, for a 26-story, 145,000-square-foot residential building. Silvercup Studios — also gearing up to bring the Silvercup West mega development back to life — is developing this site. Silvercup purchased the […]
Mayor’s Office Hails Controversial Queens Development Astoria Cove [NY Daily News] Volunteers Work to Ensure a Pristine Queens Shoreline [NY1] Douglaston Plaza Opens Near LIRR Station [Queens Courier] Borough Rental Prices on the Rise [The Forum] Co-owner of The Baroness Bar Opens Performance Center in Dutch Kills [LIC Post] At a Space in Queens, Avant-Music […]
The Real Estate Board of New York recently held the “Residential Sales Agent Boot Camp Seminar: Queens Overview,” in which reps from Argo Residential, Modern Spaces, Corcoran and Douglas Elliman discussed new developments, pricing and increasing consumer interest in the Queens real estate market. Apparently Queens merits its very own real estate seminars now! The […]