Attention, Open House shoppers. This large two-family house at 35-30 164th Street in Flushing is opening its doors tomorrow from 2 to 4 pm. This yellow fellow sits on a massive (as in 60 by 100 feet) lot just one block from the LIRR station; it’s also got a two-car garage. The aesthetics of the house are a little meh, but it’s a lot of house and looks to be in reasonable shape. The asking price of $1,288,000 doesn’t have as many 8′s in it as Wednesday’s LOTD but we’re sensing a theme here.
35-30 164th Street [Exit Realty] GMAP
An Astoria parcel with the potential for big development at 30-55 Vernon Boulevard is now on the market, reports Queens Courier. This follows recent news of another Astoria site near the waterfront — albeit much smaller — hitting the market for $8,000,000. This Vernon Boulevard land is going to get much more money than that. […]
The Oratorio Society of Queens — which includes more than 125 chorus members and top-notch string and wind sections – will offer its time-honored, annual holiday concert at the Queensborough Performing Arts Center this Sunday. Founded in 1927, this group is the borough’s oldest nonprofit dedicated to the arts, and this is its signature show. The […]
Flushing 144-04 29th Avenue Broker: Re/Max Price: $959,000 Saturday, 1:00 – 3:00 pm GMAP Jamaica 196-06 110th Avenue Broker: Winzone Realty Price: $569,000 Sunday, 1:00 – 3:00 pm GMAP East Elmhurst 25-40 98th Street Broker: Exit Kingdom Price: $499,999 Saturday, 2:00 – 4:00 pm GMAP Queens Village 99-35 211th Place Broker: Exit Realty First Choice […]
There’s a little parcel of a neighborhood east of Astoria and north of Jackson Heights, east of the bail bonds offices of Hazen Street, north of the whizzing Grand Central Parkway and west of LaGuardia Airport’s expanse, containing a couple of surprising artifacts. Stop for lunch at the chrome-plated Airline Diner, built in 1952, at […]
The Daily News toured a warehouse in Long Island City that the Local 1 Union is turning green. Local 1, which represents 5,900 plumbers in all five boroughs, purchased the former Columbia Looseleaf Factory for $10,000,000. They are spending another $10,000,000 on renovations with the hope of achieving a LEED silver certification. Renovations include three […]