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Willets Point

Willets Point
Corona, NY 11368
Willets Point
Willets Point is an area in Corona, Queens, bounded by Northern Boulevard, 126th Street and the Mets ballpark, Citi Field. The site, collection of auto-repair shops and scrap yards, is the focus of redevelopment efforts. In 2007, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the city planned to redevelop Willets Point as the site of a convention center, 5,500 housing units, 1.7 million square feet of retail, an elementary school, and 500,000 square feet of office space. Existing Willets Point businesses sued the city over what they said was lax infrastructure in the area. The lawsuit was dismissed, but succeeded in slowing down progress of the redevelopment program. This was further slowed by admissions of two city economic development agencies that they illegally lobbied the City Council. In June 2012, the city unveiled a 1 million-square-foot component of the plans: a mall near Citi Field to be developed by Sterling Equities and the Related Companies. The plans include a hotel. -TA
  • Address Willets Point
  • neighborhood Corona
  • borough Queens
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The planned Willets Point mall can add another ally to its list. Tags: Mayor Bill de Blasio, Willets Point ...
When Oct. 21, 2015 finally rolled around earlier this year, few could resist comparing how accurately the movie “Back to the Future” envisioned the world of today...
The Related Cos.’ and Sterling Equities’ plans to redevelop a Willets Point parking lot may not be doomed after all. Tags: Related Companies, sterling equities,...
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Sterling Equities plans to redevelop a Williamsburg warehouse less than a block from the Bedford Avenue L train station. The firm, which is co-developing the...
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Plans to redevelop and revitalize the Willets Point auto-repair district in Queens have foundered in the face of court challenges and changing city priorities. Tags: Related...
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The Related Cos. and Sterling Equities’ plans for the Queens neighborhood of Willets Point received a potential death blow this week when the de Blasio administration decided not...
An affiliate of Triple East Construction acquired the site of a former Asian grocery store in Flushing for more than $90 million, and has plans...
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After a New York state appellate court shut down plans to build a shopping mall and movie theater on a parking lot next to Citi...
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A New York state appellate court halted plans by a group of developers, including public and private entities, to build a shopping mall and movie...
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A new 13-story, 170-unit building will rise at F&T Group’s Two Fulton Square development project, according to a permit application filed Thursday with the city’s...
A group of automotive businesses in Queens have settled a lawsuit with the city and the developers of Willets Point, creating a big step forward...
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The F&T Group filed plans for a new 13-story building slated for a Flushing development in Queens, according to permits filed with the Department of Buildings...
Sterling Equities, the co-developer of the Queens megaproject Willets Point, is continuing its march into Brooklyn. The firm just closed on 260 Court Street, a...
42nd Street renderings by Alfred Peter, Charles Bové, and Karen Listowsky, via Architect's Newspaper Forty-Second Street imagined as a light rail-anchored thoroughfare. Related nabs creative...
Hanover, Md.-based Asian food distributor Rhee Brothers sold its flagship Korean grocery store Assi Plaza in Flushing, Queens, for $54.6 million, according to property records...
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Interior of Manhattan's first Denny's at 150 Nassau Street The Plaza’s second-priciest pad hits the market for $50M. Denny’s makes a fancy Manhattan debut Friday....
UPDATED, 4:42 p.m., Aug. 20: A New York state Supreme Court judge rejected a lawsuit this week from opponents of the Willets Point mega-mall redevelopment...
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Opponents of the Willets Point redevelopment claim that, before the city can transfer all the land for the project to developers, additional approvals from the mayor...
The Domino Sugar factory's iconic sign will soon be relocated. Domino Sugar sign’s will soon be relocated. How did SUNY lose $100M in Long Island...
Park advocates and civic leaders opposed to the Related Companies and Sterling Equities’ planned megamall adjacent to Citi Field argued their case in State Supreme...
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UPDATED 3:40 p.m., June 19: New Yorkers can now take a look at the designs for a big new development that’s part of the Willets Point...
Sterling Equities just closed on a 32-unit rental apartment building in East Williamsburg for $21 million, or $656,250 per unit, The Real Deal has learned....
The city has paid nearly $8 million to buy one of the remaining plots of Willets Point it does not control. Tags: Related Companies, sterling equities, Willets...
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The Lower East Side in 1980 Long-promised affordable housing makes its way to the Lower East Side. Exploring Manhattan’s shortest street. Checking in with the...
Sterling Equities, led by New York Mets owner Fred Wilpon, bought a 61,000-square-foot Williamsburg multi-family rental building from Cornell Realty Management for $36 million, The...
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From left: A rending of the Witkoff Group's 5Pointz project and Justin Elghanayan, president of Rockrose Development
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