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  • hojo

    Howard Johnson in Long Island City, and George Frangoulis

    The boss of a developer of a Howard Johnson hotel heading to Long Island City, Queens accused a local pastor of attempting to extort money from the company.

    Bishop Mitchell Taylor denied the claims, saying he is pushing for the hotel operators to agree to hire workers who reside at the Queensbridge Houses at 41-1 12th Street. The public housing development is in close proximity to the old Howard Johnson location at 38-71 13th Street. [more]

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  • 32-35-queens

    32-35 Queens Boulevard in Queens (Inset: Wingate by Wyndham CEO Geoff Ballotti)

    A 26-story hotel is coming to Long Island City. [more]

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  • Court Square and its immediate surroundings in Long Island City are booming with residential developments. Over the coming years, thousands of units — both rental and condo — are slated to come online in the area. [more]

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    HTO Architect rendering for dedicated graffiti spaces at 5 Pointz development in Long Island City

    HTO Architect rendering for dedicated graffiti spaces at 5 Pointz development in Long Island City

    New renderings by HTO Architect offer a hint of how Jerry Wolkoff’s G&M Realty will accommodate artists at the former 5Pointz graffiti hub it is developing into a two-story mixed-use residence at 22-44 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City, Queens. [more]

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  • From left: Joseph Conley and Sunnyside

    From left: Joseph Conley and Sunnyside, Queens

    Queens leaders are angling for Mayor Bill de Blasio to include several of the borough’s neighborhoods in the administration’s plan to build and preserve 200,000 affordable housing units, saying that rent in places such as Long Island City, Sunnyside and Woodside has become too expensive. [more]

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  • From left: The View and The Madison, two luxury developments in Long Island City

    From left: The View and The Madison, two luxury developments in Long Island City

    The towers are getting taller but the apartments are growing smaller in Long Island City and surrounding areas. [more]

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  • From left: 34-01 38th Avenue and

    From left: 34-01 38th Avenue and an RWS production

    RWS and Associates Entertainment, a production company that tours the world, signed a long term lease for 32,000 square feet in Long Island City. [more]

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  • 11-05 44th Drive in Long Island City

    11-05 44th Drive in Long Island City

    Newmark Holdings bought a Long Island City property for $17.1 million, Friday’s city records indicate. [more]

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  • 5Pointz before and after the building was whitewashed in November

    5Pointz before and after the building was whitewashed in November

    Long Island City’s 5Pointz graffiti mecca will be flattened by the end of October. [more]

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  • fedex

    From left: FedEx distribution center on Borden Avenue in Queens and SunCap’s Flint McNaughton

    Long Island-based real estate investment trust GTJ REIT paid $28.5 million for a 1.9-acre Queens parking lot leased by FedEx, according to property records filed with the city yesterday. [more]

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  • 22-22jackson1

    22-22 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City

    WEEKENDEDITION A development site nestled next to 5Pointz  and near MoMA PS1 in Long Island City is seeing action.  [more]

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  • From left: renderings of

    From left: renderings of 43-25 Hunter Street and Rockrose CEO Henry Elghanayan with his son Justin

    New renderings are available for Rockrose’s development at 43-25 Hunter Street in Long Island City.  [more]

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  • 11-30 45th Road

    11-30 45th Road

    Renderings are out for the latest residential building in Long Island City’s quickly developing Court Square area, where Pearson Court Square is finished and Rockrose’s 43-25 Hunter Street attempts to become the tallest residential building in Queens. [more]

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  • From left: East Coast Development, Aaron Fishbein and Steven Baker

    From left: East Coast development in Queens, Aaron Fishbein and Steven Baker

    The more than 30,000 square feet of retail space at TF Cornerstone’s East Coast development in Long Island City has now been entirely leased, with a number of fitness- and family-oriented tenants taking up residence at the waterfront project. [more]

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  • From left: Aerial view of 37-14 36th Street and the site now (Source: Google maps)

    From left: Aerial view of 37-14 36th Street and the site now (Source: Google maps)

    Jans Realty’s Michael Cohen is bringing another mixed-use development to Northern Boulevard in Long Island City. [more]

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  • 37-10-24th-Street

    37-10 24th Street in Queens

    Ozone Park, Queens-based developer New Generation Development filed plans yesterday to bring a 13-story hotel to Long Island City.

    The 188-foot-tall property at 37-10 24th Street would hold nearly 46,000 square feet of space. There would be 122 hotel rooms, a restaurant and bar. Gurpal Cheema, who runs the development firm, razed the one-story warehouse on the site last year. [more]

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  • From left: The View, Eric Benaim and Justin Elghanayan

    From left: The View, Eric Benaim and Justin Elghanayan

    A panel of residential experts discussed yesterday a number of areas where Long Island City has room for improvement. One thing they agreed on: the need to grow the supply of condominiums. [more]

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  • Rob Speyer

    Rob Speyer

    Tishman Speyer, in partnership with H&R Real Estate Investment Trust, is developing a luxury residential rental property on a 1.2 million-square-foot site in Long Island City.

    The property will hold approximately 1,600 rental units and roughly 30,000 square feet of retail space, according to a release from H&R. Adjacent to 2 Gotham Center, a fully-leased 670,000-square-foot office tower developed by Tishman Speyer in 2011 and acquired by H&R later that year, the building will ultimately stretch 42 stories. The site encompasses a full block bounded by Queens Boulevard, Jackson Avenue, Orchard Street and the Sunnyside Yards, an H&R spokesperson told TRD. [more]

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  • Long Island City and the vacant site at 43-25 Hunter Street in Court Square

    Long Island City and the vacant site at 43-25 Hunter Street in Court Square

    WEEKENDEDITION What was supposed to be the tallest residential building in Queens has hit a major snag. Rockrose’s plans for 43-25 Hunter Street in Court Square have now been rejected twice by the Department of Buildings in the last month. [more]

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  • From left: Eastern Consolidated's Marion Jones, Adelaide Polsinelli,

    From left: Eastern Consolidated’s Marion Jones, Adelaide Polsinelli, 39-05 29th Street, Gary Meese and Jason Marin

    Holiday Inn Manhattan View, a 136-room hotel in Long Island City, Queens, is on the market for $59 million. [more]

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