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Monday, Aug. 24, 2015

Long Island City

New rendering shows what tallest tower in borough will look like in 2019

A newly released rendering shows how the recently landmarked Clock Tower building in Long Island City will be dwarfed by a 77-story skyscraper to be called the Queens Plaza Park. Queens Plaza Development LLC, including Property Markets Group and the Hakim Organization, reached a $56 million deal for air rights with the MTA in late March that will allow them to build the largest tower outside Manhattan. Comment.

Monday, Aug. 17, 2015

Long Island City

Macy’s moves part of its operations to Long Island City

Macy’s is returning to Long Island City. Comment.

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Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015

Real Estate

Avella, civic leaders call on Legislature to curb real estate solicitation in Queens

Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) joined borough residents and civic leaders in Bayside last week to renew their request that the state Legislature pass his bill to amend the real property law for the borough. Comments (4).

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