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Condo manager who displayed Nazi posters is forced out

Condo manager who displayed Nazi posters is forced out

The Queens property manager who displayed Nazi and Confederate posters in his building’s lobby last year is out of a...

Condo manager who displayed Nazi posters is forced out
Lights, camera, action: New movie theater heading to Sunnyside

Lights, camera, action: New movie theater heading to Sunnyside

The movies are coming back to Sunnyside. Regal Entertainment Group has signed a 38,000-square-foot lease for a theater in...

Lights, camera, action: New movie theater heading to Sunnyside
Curbcut in talks to sign movie theater at Sunnyside project

Curbcut in talks to sign movie theater at Sunnyside project

Curbcut Urban Partners is negotiating with a movie theater to lease 38,000 square feet of retail space at its...

Curbcut in talks to sign movie theater at Sunnyside project
RCR buys two Sunnyside rentals for $49M

RCR buys two Sunnyside rentals for $49M

RCR Management picked up a pair of Sunnyside rental buildings for $49 million, or north of $300,000 per unit.

RCR buys two Sunnyside rentals for $49M
Hell without the L could open up real estate heaven along the 7

Hell without the L could open up real estate heaven along the 7

The engine that brings Brooklyn’s monocled fixie-riders into Manhattan will be shutting down in 2019, and a new report...

Hell without the L could open up real estate heaven along the 7
Curbcut, Platinium Realty partner on new Queens office project

Curbcut, Platinium Realty partner on new Queens office project

Developers Curbcut Urban Partners and Platinum Realty Associates are partnering on a new nine-story, mixed-use building on the border of...

Curbcut, Platinium Realty partner on new Queens office project
How Queens neighborhoods got their names

How Queens neighborhoods got their names

Queens became a county back in 1683, and naturally, many – though not all — of its neighborhood names go back just as far. Here’s a look at the history of some of those...

How Queens neighborhoods got their names
Sunnyside Yard eyed for development — again

Sunnyside Yard eyed for development — again

Queens community leaders voted to push Borough President Melissa Katz to study whether new development could be built atop a...

Sunnyside Yard eyed for development — again
Landmarks votes down Queens aluminum house project

Landmarks votes down Queens aluminum house project

The Landmarks Preservation Commission rejected a plan late last week to relocate the so-called Aluminaire House — the first...

Landmarks votes down Queens aluminum house project
Six real estate ideas for de Blasio

Six real estate ideas for de Blasio

 Mayor Bloomberg’s most enduring gift to New York City’s real estate industry may be rezoning much of the five boroughs. But when Bill de Blasio takes office in January, there are at least six...

Six real estate ideas for de Blasio
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