This 4,154-square-foot single family house is new and has quite a few details, including Corinthian columns framing the entrance, a 30-foot-high entry foyer, a mahogany staircase, a paneled dining room, a fireplace, bracketed arches between the main rooms, and mosaic tile in one of the baths. They’re asking $3,488,888. What do you think of it?
11-14 Malba Drive [Winzone Realty] GMAP P*Shark
Community opposition rages on in regards to homeless shelters opening around Queens, despite the fact that Queens does not have that many homeless shelters. First off, Queens Courier reports that 200 residents showed up to a public hearing regarding the homeless shelter at the former Westway Motel on Astoria Boulevard. During the two hour meeting, […]
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Q’Stoner writer and Newtown Creek expert Mitch Waxman is leading two walking tours this weekend. The first, hosted by Atlas Obscura, is an exploration of the bridges, tributaries, and forgotten remnants of Newtown Creek. The tour begins at Grand Street and Morgan Avenue in Brooklyn, then it ends at Clinton Diner in Maspeth. This is […]
The Department of Buildings just issued demolition permits for 42-38 Crescent Street (pictured) and 24-12 42nd Road, two modest homes on either side of the empty lot at the corner of Crescent and 42nd. A Flushing developer picked up all three parcels for $5,300,000 back in November. So far, the DOB has not issued any […]
Tonight from 7 to 10 pm, the Queens Museum is hosting This Ain’t Havana: Paladar in Queens. It’s a food/art/architecture collaboration by the artist Craig Shillitto and the Museum’s Cuban architects-in-residence Yoandy Rizo Fiallo and Osmany García Fuentes. Here’s what to look forward to: attendees will get to try a variety of Caribbean, Central and […]