Here are some of the properties we’ve featured in QueensNYC this week – three co-ops and a condo in Bayside, Jackson Heights, Beechhurst, and LIC.
23-35 Bell Blvd, #5J, Bayside, NY 11360 (GMAP) - This 1 bed/1 bath co-op in the Bay Country community in Bayside is priced at $249,000. There is a lot of sunlight and newly refinished hardwood floors throughout the unit. The kitchen is a good size for a galley kitchen, with stainless steel appliances, and has an eat-in area, and a breakfast bar. There is also a separate dining room. The building even has its own tennis courts for residents to use. The unit has winter water views and has ownership of two parking spots. The building is right across the street from the big Bay Terrace shopping center, and is convenient to a numer of bus lines (Q13, Q28). It’s located a little over a mile from the Bayside LIRR station.
Here are some properties we’ve featured on QueensNYC this week – two co-ops, a condo, and a house, in Bayside, Forest Hills, and Astoria.
209-10 41st Ave #6H, Bayside, NY 11361 (GMAP) - This 1 bed/1 bath co-op in Bayside is priced at $175,000. There are hardwood floors throughout and freshly pained walls as well. It also has a new A/C unit. The kitchen has standard appliances and a classic black and white floor. The unit also has free storage. It is located just a short walk from the Bayside LIRR station and the Bell Blvd shopping corridor.
Here is a roundup of properties we’ve featured on QueensNYC this week – two condos and two co-ops in LIC, Beechhurst, and Bayside.
5-43 48th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101 (GMAP) - This 2 bed/2 bath condo in Long Island City is priced at $899,000. It has hardwood floors and lots of big windows. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and lots of counter space. It’s located a block and a half from the Vernon-Jackson 7 stop and is also not far from the E/M stop as well. It’s next to Hunters Point Park and short walk from beautiful Gantry Park, too.
Image source: Rockwell Group/Archtagon - the new gate planned for Kaufman Astoria studios
The NYDN reported on proposed developments happening on the Kaufman Astoria property that will be blocked off once the gates are installed on either end of 36th Street between 34th and 35th Avenues. We knew about the backlot that will be built (“where car chases can soon be filmed without film crews occupying entire city blocks”), but what we were unaware of until now is the other plans – to build a luxury hotel with a restaurant on an empty parking lot on 36th Street. Condos or rental apartments might be built nearby, too.
Here’s a roundup of properties we’ve featured this week on QueensNYC – three co-ops and a condo in Forest Hills, Jackson Heights, and Long Island City.
70-25 Yellowstone Blvd., #11V, Forest Hills, NY 11375 (GMAP) - This 3 bed/2 bath Gerard Towers co-op in Forest Hills is priced at $868,000. This is a large unit – almost 1,800 square feet. There are hardwood floors in the living room and dining room, tile in the kitchen and bathrooms, and carpeting in the bedrooms. The kitchen has an eat-in area. The co-op also has a seasonal pool and a fitness room. It is close to transportation – a few blocks from the 71st/Continental E/F/M/R express stop and just a bit further to the Forest Hills LIRR stop.
Here is a roundup of properties we’ve featured on QueensNYC this week – a couple of condos, a co-op, and a house in LIC, Woodside, and East Elmhurst.
5-19 Borden Ave., #2A, Long Island City, NY 11101 (GMAP) - This 2 bed/2 bath condo in the Murano building is priced at $895,000. Some of the sweet aspects of this unit include north and west exposures, a 98 square foot balcony, and this soaking tub in the bathroom. The Murano is also a “green building,” with the use of eco-friendly building materials and energy efficient appliances. The building is convenient to the Vernon-Jackson 7 stop on the subway (one stop from Grand Central), the Hunters Point LIRR, and the East River Ferry. It is also close to the LIE and the Queens Midtown Tunnel.
Commercial Property Executive reports that one of the high rise buildings that is part of Stage Two of the Queens West development the EastCoast development (one of TF Cornerstone’s properties) has received $120 million in financing from Walker & Dunlop LLC of Bethesda, MD. (more…)