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  • 14-01, 14-07 and 14-19 Broadway in Long Island City

    14-01, 14-07 and 14-19 Broadway in Long Island City

    Two developers have teamed up to build a 76-unit condominium in Long Island City after buying a development site with 78,000 square feet of buildable space. [more]

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  • Rendering of 41-21 24th Street

    Rendering of 41-21 24th Street

    Developer Joseph Ciampa’s Packard Square West development, slated for 41-21 24th Street in Long Island City, will soon be the latest residential building to pop up in the bustling Court Square area.

    The development is to measure 64,219 square feet in total, with 100 percent of the space devoted to residential use. The 11-story building’s 88 units will most likely be rentals. Excavation on site is already underway and completion is slated for 2015. [more]

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    42-12 28th Street

    A new development in Long Island City is slated to become the tallest residential tower in Queens, according to plans filed with the Department of Buildings.

    The permit for development firm Heatherwood Communities’ apartment building at 42-12 28th Street in Queens Plaza indicate the structure will stand 596 feet tall. [more]

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  • Maria DeTommaso apartment building on 47th Road in Long Island CIty

    Maria DeTommaso apartment building on 47th Road in Long Island CIty

    WEEKENDEDITION Some people will do almost anything for a coveted rent-controlled apartment, but one Long Island City woman has upped the ante. getting herself adopted at age 63 to inherit an affordable apartment.

    Born Pamela Becker, the wily tenant, who now goes by Maria DeTommaso, appeared in Queens Housing Court last week after her landlords attempted to evict her from the $100-a-month apartment, according to the New York Post. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left: Justin Elghanayan, Andrew Barrocas, Mitchell Hochberg and Josh Zegen

    From the March issue: While Brooklyn has rapidly gentrified in the last decade and become the trendiest of the outer boroughs, it looks like Queens is going to be next. “The East River used to be the ‘widest river in the world,’ ” said Justin Elghanayan, president of Rockrose Development. “But something has shifted, and now crossing the river is accepted.” [more]

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  • 21-41 45th Road, Long Island City

    21-41 45th Road, Long Island City

    Reproductive health service and education provider Planned Parenthood of New York City will open its first Queens center next year. [more]

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  • Rendering of 5-27 51st Avenue

    Rendering of 5-27 51st Avenue

    Shuster Development’s luxury condominium development Five27 in Long Island City is 100 percent sold, a spokesperson from Modern Spaces, the development’s exclusive sales and marketing team, told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • 5-33-48th-ave

    5-33 48th Avenue in Queens

    A Long Island City warehouse is slated to be turned into a 36-unit residential complex with retail space on the ground floor.

    Initial plans for the mixed-use property at 5-33 48th Avenue, between Vernon Boulevard and 5th Street, called for the addition of  two extra two floors. It is unknown whether the units will be rentals or condominiums. [more]

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  • 29-37 41st Avenue  in Long Island City

    29-37 41st Avenue in Long Island City

    WEEKENDEDITION A V-shaped development site at 29-37 41st Avenue in Long Island City has hit the market asking $50 million.  [more]

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  • 26-26 Jackson Avenue

    26-26 Jackson Avenue

    Move over, the View. A roomier penthouse pad in Long Island City’s Vere 26 now holds the title of Queens’ priciest apartment listing. [more]

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  • From left: a rendering of 30-30 Northern Boulevard and Steven Baker of Winick

    From left: a rendering of 30-30 Northern Boulevard and Steven Baker of Winick

    Winick Realty Group has been named the exclusive marketer of a massive chunk of retail at a rising multi-use development in Long Island City, Queens, The Real Deal has learned. The 150,000 square feet of retail at 30-30 Northern Boulevard are being offered by a Winick team of Steven Baker, Aaron Fishbein and Jeremy Schwartz on behalf of Alma Realty, which bought the plot in 2011 from Edward Minskoff for $21.5 million. [more]

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  • From left: 60 Warren Street in Tribeca and a rendering of 19 East Houston Street in Soho

    From left: 60 Warren Street in Tribeca and a rendering of 19 East Houston Street in Soho

    The median price for a New York City home in 2013 rose just two percent year-over-year to $475,000, according to data from StreetEasy, but the price changes in individual neighborhoods were far more pronounced. [more]

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    Randall Briskin and 30-30 Thomson Avenue

    The New York City Department of Design and Construction grabbed 15 more years at the Feil Organization’s Long Island City building at 30-30 Thomson Avenue, renewing with an extra 23,000 square feet on top the 210,000 the department currently occupies.

    The building, known as Queens Atrium, was converted from an industrial building to office and showroom. The master plan for the conversion was handled by legendary architect I.M. Pei. CBRE opened a retail office in the building in 2009, as The Real Deal reported. [more]

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  • Rendering of 23-10 Queens Plaza South

    Rendering of 23-10 Queens Plaza South

    UPDATED, 3:33 p.m., Jan. 22: Property Markets Group unveiled renderings today for their 44-floor 23-10 Queens Plaza South development in the burgeoning Long Island City neighborhood.

    The finished product is be a 44-story tower that includes parking spaces, ground-floor retail and two floors of loft office space, according to PMG’s website. The residential portion will have a total of 391 units, a spokesperson for PMG told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • A 74-room hotel is slated to rise in Long Island City, one of many hospitality developments that have cropped up in the area as of late. [more]

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  • hoffman-auto-showroom-1955-Esto

    Hoffman Auto Showroom at 430 Park Avenue in 1955 (Credit: Esto)

    year_in_review The conclusion of another year marks the loss of the latest batch of landmarked buildings and longstanding, lived-in real estate in the New York City area. Some owners caved to the pressures of widespread redevelopment — and others found their properties literally caving. Read on for a look back at some of the sites that have disappeared — or are set to vanish. [more]

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  • Peter Von Der Ahe, Joe Koicim, 26-36 27th Avenue and TIAA-CREF’s Thomas Garbutt

    Peter Von Der Ahe, Joe Koicim, 26-36 27th Avenue and TIAA-CREF’s Thomas Garbutt

    UPDATED, 12:56 p.m., Dec. 20: New York City-based financial services giant TIAA-CREF has sold the Exo, a 14-story, 115-unit rental apartment building in Astoria for $47.2 million, according to city records filed today. The buyer is a partnership between billionaire real estate investor Jeff Greene and Forest Properties, a Massachusetts-based landlord making its first foray into the New York City market. [more]

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  • Rendering of Hunter's Point South

    Rendering of Hunter’s Point South (Credit: ODA)

    The city has chosen TF Cornerstone and nonprofit Selfhelp Community Services to develop Hunter’s Point South’s second phase, with ODA architecture handling the project’s design. Click here to see the photos.

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  • 41-21-28th-street

    41-21 28th Street

    UPDATE, 3:32 p.m., Dec. 4: Heritage Equity Partners picked up a two-story, 27,000-square-foot warehouse near Queens Plaza North in Long Island City for $17 million, according to city property records.

    The Midtown East firm bought the site at 41-21 28th Street, which is zoned for residential and manufacturing use. The seller, developer Joe Goodman, was planning for a 139-unit residential project at the site, as The Real Deal reported. [more]

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  • Craft brewer lands new LIC digs

    November 25, 2013 02:29PM
    From left: Farmhouse ale, 52-03 11th Street and saison

    From left: Farmhouse ale, 52-03 11th Street and saison

    Transmitter Brewing, a “nanobrewery” with plans to craft “farmhouse style” ales and saisons, has picked up a lease for a new home base at 52-03 11th Street in Long Island City. [more]

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