Today, we have a 2 bed/3 bath two-family house in Richmond Hill for $445,000.
The house has a big backyard, a finished basement, and lots of lovely hardwood floors.
The house is about 10 blocks (1/2 mile) from gorgeous Forest Park, too.
Ash Avenue moves through Flushing in fits and starts. It goes a block, is interrupted for a block, then runs a block more. The section between 147th and 149th Streets, though, looks transplanted from another part of town into Flushing. Its centerpiece is a brilliant white three-story building at 147-38 with a complicated set of […]
Three Queens City Councilmen are participating in Participatory Budgeting this spring: Mark Weprin, Donovan Richards and Eric Ulrich representing Districts 23, 31 and 32. Residents of those districts already proposed projects to be included in the budget and voting will happen from March 29th to April 6th. Keep track of the voting dates and locations […]
The Times published a very nice profile of the Vander Ende-Onderdonk House, the oldest Dutch Colonial stone house in New York City located at 18-20 Flushing Avenue in Ridgewood. The home, not to everyone’s knowledge, admit visitors every Saturday from 1 to 4 pm for a suggested donation of $3. The house museum mostly displays […]
Today at 11 am the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation, Congressman Gregory Meeks and other local pols will hold a press conference to announce a $225,000,000 residential and commercial development planned next to the Air Train Station in downtown Jamaica. The location in question is the corner of Sutphin Boulevard and Archer Avenue. Times Ledger shares […]
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