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 – there are two houses, a co-op and a condo, in the neighborhoods of Beechhurst, Flushing, Jackson Heights, and Queens Village.
66-40 Powells Cove Blvd, #5A, Beechhurst, NY 1135 (GMAP) – This 1 bed/1 bath co-op in Beechhurst is priced at $239,000. It has a newly renovated kitchen. It also has a terrace. The building is very close to the waterfront, and is convenient to the Cross Island Parkway and the Clearview Expressway. It is neither near the subway nor LIRR.
Here’s a roundup of the properties we’ve featured on QueensNYC this week. There are two houses – one in Jackson Heights and one in Bayside – and two co-ops – one in Jackson Heights and one in Sunnyside.
35-28 80th St., #42, Jackson Heights, NY 11372 (GMAP) – This 1 bed/1 bath co-op in The Greystone building in Jackson Heights is priced at $236,000. This building is on the fourth floor and the unit is a walk-up. It has a large living room, a renovated eat-in kitchen, lots of windows, and hardwood floors throughout. The building is located in the historic part of Jackson Heights that is full of co-ops. The 82nd Street express stop on the 7 train is a short walk away, about 3 long blocks.
Here is a roundup of properties we’ve featured this week on QNYC – two are under $200K, one is about $500K, and the other is a multi family house at $1.3 million.
25-40 31st Ave #2R, Astoria, NY 11106 (GMAP) – This studio co-op at The Concord in Astoria is priced at $197,000. The Concord is a very desirable older co-op in Astoria (built in 1939). The building is very well taken care of. The unit has beautiful hardwood floors. It also has an eat-in-kitchen. It’s very close to bustling Broadway, the heart of Astoria, home to great restaurants like Sac’s Place (coal oven pizza and Italian food), Pão de Queijo (casual Brazlian), Aliada (Cyrpiot). the Broadway N/Q stop is the closest subway station.
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Welcome to the third installment of LIC for Brooklynites. So far we’ve brought you neighborhood recommendations for places to eat – great restaurants and bars serving everything from comfort food, to Vietnamese pho, to classic cocktails; things to do – visit museums, take classes, and even go kayaking for free; and now we’re turning on sights on where to live in this beautiful area.While LIC is a ‘neighborhood,’ it’s actually comprised of a bunch of smaller neighborhoods, including Hunters Point, Queens Plaza, Court Square, and Dutch Kills.
Here’s a roundup of the real estate listings we’ve highlighted for the week on QueensNYC.
25-10 31st Avenue, Astoria, NY 11106 (GMAP) – This 1 bed/1 bath condo in the Asti Condominium building is priced at $369,900. It has recently been upgraded with new electrical wiring and a new kitchen, including stainless steel appliances. It’s located near the Broadway N/Q local subway stop and is a short walk from the intersection of 31st Avenue and 34th Street, one of Astoria’s food hot spots.