New and shiny, that’s how we’ll describe this studio apartment at new Long Island City development 4545 Center Boulevard. The unit comes in at 516 square feet and is asking $2,385 a month. Though square footage is not huge, the development offers a long list of amenities like tennis and volleyball courts, a communal terrace, a fitness center, and an on-site dog run.
Remember the Aluminaire House, the 1930s-era modernist home proposed to move to Sunnyside Gardens, prompting a neighborhood showdown? We know it’s not coming to Sunnyside. And now Curbed reports that it may leave New York altogether. The new location in question is Palm Springs, California, the birthplace of one of the Aluminaire House architects, Albert […]
Today, Selfhelp Community Services celebrated its grand opening of senior housing (dubbed Selfhelp Associates) at 137-39 45th Avenue in Flushing. Queens Courier reports that the center, which can accommodate more than 100 residents, seeks to provide affordable housing for senior citizens. Residents will have access to computers, roll-in showers, video chat-enabled computer work stations, cognitive […]
Eastern Consolidated just announced the sale of a commercial condo on the ground-floor of the Park Lane Condominiums, located at 116-24 Metropolitan Avenue in Kew Gardens. The 6,584-square-foot, single-tenant unit is currently occupied and net leased to TD Bank — the buyer picked it up as an investment property. The space traded ownership for $10,200,000. […]
Dai Jian uses martial arts training and diverse world dance techniques to create improvisations, performance installations, and visual art. The CelloPointe Chamber Music & Dance Company specializes in salon-style concerts mixing contemporary ballet, choreography, and imaginative arrangements for string instruments. Meanwhile, 360° Dance Company, comprised of former principal dancers from the Martha Graham Dance Company, presents modern dance […]
The Spot: Brick Café, 30-95 33rd Street, Astoria. The Deal: Brick Café, serving fresh Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, has been a mainstay of the Astoria community for 15 years but joined the Hells Kitchen Hospitality Group in July. Despite the change in ownership, most of what has made this restaurant so enduring will stay the […]