Real Estate

Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011


Lack of plan for building irks neighbors

Community members are growing concerned about a builder’s amorphous plans for what they describe as a historic property in downtown Flushing. Comment.
College Point

Gelmart site won’t be landmarked

The city has declared that it will not be considering landmark status for the former Gelmart site in College Point, despite loud opposition from local residents and leaders to a plan to overhaul it. Comments (2).

Condo building purchased

The mortgage crisis hit Queens hard, but the purchase of one foreclosed luxury condominium building in Flushing demonstrates a promising way forward for properties that were left behind when the real estate bubble burst. Comment.
The Civic Scene

Keep Iron Triangle property use only for area businesses

The front of the September 2011 Bayside Hills Civic Association newsletter told of the group’s plans to have special activities at its annual 9/11 observance on the 10th anniversary. It obtained two pieces of World Trade Center steel from the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey. It was an appropriate activity by the civic. Comment.

Hurry Up and Wait

Hurry Up and Wait Comments (1).

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