Q’Stoners, where do you take your kids to go trick or treating? In yesterday’s events post, there was some disagreement on whether or not Forest Hills and Forest Hills Gardens is a good place to stop for candy. Leave your suggestions in the comments below so we know what neighborhoods to hit up tomorrow evening!
What a beauty in Douglaston! This historic Colonial is actually nestled in the woods, and looks like it belongs somewhere in Massachusetts, not New York City. The interior, which holds four bedrooms and three bathrooms, is very nice, with a renovated kitchen and a sauna in the master bath. There’s also a large deck that […]
Two interesting stories concerning Astoria popped up in the news this morning. The first, an article by Queens Courier on the new development at 14-07 Broadway, called The Baroness. The developers released the above rendering, designed by Raymond Chan, and the finished product will be a 73,500-square-foot, 77-unit condo development. The one-, two- and three-bedroom […]
When you have the sort of interests that I do, a lot of time is spent looking through the little plexiglass windows of construction fences. Back in 2008, when the economy crashed and derailed a lot of the development plans, many of these temporary barriers became somewhat permanent fixtures. That’s no longer the case, obviously, […]
In honor of the upcoming New York City Marathon, Streeteasy put together this fun infographic on the fastest- and slowest-selling neighborhoods along the marathon route. Long Island City won, with condo, co-op, townhouse and single-family properties spending a median of 19 days on the market. (That’s it??) The median sales price in LIC is $607,500. […]