Real Estate

Monday, Aug. 6, 2012

Woodhaven

Woodhaven couple gets summer surprise from ’90s rapper

A young couple’s backyard is getting iced this summer — and they are thrilled. Comments (1).
Letters

Gillibrand must oppose LGA waste transfer station

U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) is taking notice of a serious problem in the New York City area. The threat of bird strikes against airplanes is real and growing because bird populations around our airports are on the rise. Comments (1).

Friday, Aug. 3, 2012

College Point

College Pt. shops opening amid civic concerns

The Point 128 hotel and mixed-use complex in College Point, formerly known as the Gelmart building, is nearly open for business, although some civic leaders are worried an impending glut of traffic could come along with it. Comments (6).
Far Rockaway

Pricey property hits Rockaway real estate market

Any potential land buyers hoping to snatch up beach front property in Far Rockaway better have deep pockets — a lot of deep pockets. Comment.

Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012

Willets Point

EDC cites ‘08 global crisis

Critics of the proposed $3 billion, mixed-use development in Willets Point can look to the 2008 global economic downtown for controversial changes to the massive project, according to city Economic Development Corp. President Seth Pinsky, who discussed some of the thorny issues associated with developing the Iron Triangle. Comments (1).
Maspeth

Eatery owner rebuilds after fire

Sitting under a tent in a makeshift office outside his restaurant, George O’Neill still hears the sirens and alarms that awakened him on the morning of the fire. Comment.

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