We don’t normally feature listings with only an exterior shot, but this looks like a good deal in an attractive prewar building. It’s a two-room studio renting for $1,000 a month in Flushing. What do you think of it?
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 […]
Crain’s has just reported that today the City Planning Commission approved the controversial Astoria Cove mega development. Affordable housing was a huge concern around the proposal, and Alma Realty ultimately agreed to build 20 percent of the total 1,723 units as affordable through mandatory inclusionary zoning. As Crain’s explains, “That means Alma will be legally […]
The recent opening of Nordstrom Rack at the Shops at Skyview Center got quite a bit of attention, but there are a few more openings at the Flushing shopping center that flew under the radar. First off, Justice & Brothers, a national retailer that specializes in tween fashion and accessories, is now open on Level […]
SculptureCenter continues to break the mold. Founded as The Clay Club in Brooklyn in 1928, the nonprofit changed its name and moved to a carriage house on West 8th Street in Manhattan in 1944. Four years later, it relocated to another carriage house on East 69th Street. In 2001, the arts institution purchased a former Long Island City trolley […]
Lovely, lovely, lovely. This home at 32-15 157th Street, right near Bowne Park in Flushing, is on the market for $938,000. The facade looks to be in excellent shape, and the interior has good bones although it may need some work — we bet there are hardwood floors hiding underneath all that carpet. We especially […]