Queens, we are taking off early for the long weekend and will be back to our regularly scheduled programming on Tuesday morning, May 27th. While we have your attention, don’t forget to follow Q’Stoner on both Facebook and Twitter. Happy Memorial Day!
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the Court Square Blog — Happy Birthday, CSB! — and in honor the website put together a great complication of construction around Court Square. CSB mapped fifteen different project going on in the area, including many projects by Rockrose, a 108-unit hotel room, the massive under-construction development QLIC, and […]
Recently we checked out the Flushing development site at 36-18 Main Street, off of Northern Boulevard. Rendered above is a 14-story residential tower, which will be part of a larger development that should also include lots hotel and office space. (Or at least, that’s what the developer sought a variance for earlier this year.) But […]
After a stressful holiday season, it’s time for a day in the country. Wander around 47 acres of planting fields, farm animals, an orchard, an herb garden, a beautifully decorated historic house, and a greenhouse complex. Drink freshly mulled cider and, most important, stay in the borough. The Queens County Farm Museum will hold afternoon […]
This Jackson Heights co-op unit comes from the postwar development The Carlton House at 34-41 85th Street. (It’s unit #5X, which sounds a little intense, no?) The listing claims it is “our most spacious floor plan,” and we’ve gotta admit, the place is large. You’re not going to get any of that pre-war charm but […]
Everybody has their own holiday traditions. Having grown up in a Jewish family, I was always left out of the whole Christmas thing. Saying that, my family had a December tradition of piling into the car and checking out the decorations which the “goyem” had deployed. My family wasn’t unique in this, of course. A […]