A new nine-story residential building at 41-18 43rd Street in Sunnyside has been approved by the Department of Buildings, the Sunnyside Post reported. The new project, which began construction two weeks ago, was reviewed by the agency to ensure it met maximum height limits of 80 feet. It will contain 38 rental units and 17 parking spaces. Separately, a stop work order was issued to developer Hooshang Nemat on May 21 because he lacked a shoring permit, necessary for protecting a building when columns and walls are removed. Construction is expected to resume in the first week of June after a permit is obtained.
Jack Pierson Studio, home of the eponymous artist and photographer, has purchased an industrial building at 16-13 Stephens Street in Ridgewood for $1.3 million, according to CoStar. The property was built in 1931 and contains 8,800 square feet. The deal comes out to around $148 per square foot. Jack Pierson was previously at 70 Greenwich Street in Manhattan. Howard Darsi of Kalmon Dolgin represented Jack Pierson in the transaction. Jean Cook of Kalmon Dolgin represented the seller, Stephen Street Realty LLC. Just so we’re clear, this is not East Williamsburg.
Renovated Unit W/2 Bdrms, 2 Full Baths, And Balcony To Enjoy Sunrises And Sunsets. Top Of The Line Appliances. Washer/Dryer, Custom Closets & Built-In Cabinetry. Amenities Incl. Fully Equipped Health Club, 60′ Lap Pool, Sundeck. Billiards Room, Game Room, 24 Hr. Concierge And Doorman. Banquet Room. Express E & F Trains 20 Minutes To NYC. See This Property »
LUXURY BOUTIQUE 1BR CONDO – W/PRIVATE STORAGE, Long Island City
1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
715 square feet
This home is designed and beautifully realized with rich American walnut floors and stylish appointments that are casual and sleek, flexible and functional. Expansive windows invite an abundance of natural light into your home, along with sprawling views of the city, river and skyline from your own Pvt balcony. THE KITCHEN Features like Italian-crafted Pedini cabinetry, stainless steel appliances by Bosch and Fisher & Paykel, Caesar stone countertops and white glass backsplash create a kitchen whose functionality is only surpassed by beauty. The bath’s elegance is best defined by its exquisite appointments: Kohler fixtures, XILO and Lagos Azul tiles, Siberian marble vanity top, Zen soaking tub. THE BUILDING AMENITIES ARE ELEGANT FROM EVERY ANGLE A lobby with ambiance, a concierge with a smile: The entrance of Ten63 is the gateway to a world of warmth, comfort and attention. Think of it as an extension of your living room – a place to welcome friends, chat with neighbors and greet the day. THOUGHTFUL FROM EVERY ANGLE Relax and catch a sunset from atop the private roof deck, work out in our fitness center for enjoy a movie with friends in the screening room—Ten63 features an array of amenities made to match every lifestyle. Additional conveniences are, your own large pvt storage space. See This Property »
Huge South Facing 3 Bedroom Condo, 1409 Sqft! Hardwood Flr, Updated Kitchen With Granite & Bath. Lots Of Closets. Indoor Garage Parking. Bayside Mews Condominium Is Located Adjacent To Bay Terrace Shopping Center, Express Bus To Manhattan With In Two Blocks. You Can Also Take Advantage Of The Facilities Of Bay Club Including Tennis, Gym, Pool, And Sauna For An Extra Fee. See This Property »
This 664 sq. ft. 1 bed, 1 bath condo in Plaza 75 condominium in Elmhurst features an airy layout, large windows with North East exposure, hardwood flooring through, color screen video intercom system, pre-wired cable and telephone lines, and is Fios ready. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances includes 5 burner gas range. Located across from the Jackson Hts Roosevelt Ave station you can catch the E,F,M,R and 7 trains, Q33, Q47 buses. See This Property »
Gantry Plaza State Park in Long Island City, Queens
Both the NY Post and the Village Voice have written about a desire among some to change the name of Long Island City to LIC permanently. Apparently, the name “Long Island City” is bad for real estate, hotels, and morale, according to some in the community. Rob MacKay, head of the Queens Economic Development Corp. Tourism Council (and who also lives in Long Island City), says says, “It puts us out on Long Island, and that’s inaccurate – we are urban and hip.”
Have you ever heard of Nassau Heights in Queens? Today, it’s known as Middle Village. Did you know that Woodside was once called Woodside-Winfield? Welcome to 1940s New York, when the Queensbridge Houses were a new development, and Astoria was a predominately Italian and German neighborhood (the Greek population didn’t peak until the 1970s). (more…)
We all know NYC is known for its walkability: the grid makes the city easy to navigate, it’s become much safer in the past few decades, and there’s 24-hour public transportation. But while NYC is most walkable city in the US, Sunnyside and Hunters Point in Long Island City top the charts (ranked 95 of 100) in Queens on Walk Score, a site that ranks cities and neighborhoods based on on-foot access to amenities. For example, can you grocery shop without a car, walk to a nearby park, or is it safe for your kids to walk to school?
Next are Jackson Heights (93), Kew Gardens (91), Elmhurst (91), and Ridgewood (90). All of these neighborhoods rank higher than NYC’s average of 85. It’s easy to stay on your feet in these neighborhoods: Sunnyside’s greenmarket is an easy walk from most of the surrounding streets, 15 CSAs abound in the borough, and you can find many yoga and fitness classes near Astoria and Hunters Point. Even though prices are rising for condos in LIC, the Hunters Point neighborhood is poised to be middle-income, family-friendly community.