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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Long Island City

Queens Tomorrow: Hotels pop up as tourism grows

Long Island City

Queens Tomorrow: Hotels pop up as tourism grows

There were more than 50 million visitors to New York City last year and as the tourism industry grows, Queens — with two airports and neighborhoods with rising cachet — is in the midst of a hotel-building boom aimed at grabbing the borough’s share of the $34 billion pie. Comments (1)

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Jackson Heights

Jax Hts. Bazaar offers taste of South Asia

Jackson Heights

Jax Hts. Bazaar offers taste of South Asia

Housed in the historic Eagle Theater, just off a new pedestrian plaza along 37th Road, is the Jackson Heights Bazaar, a grocery market and food court tailored to the neighborhood’s bustling South Asian community. It has also has found a home in the hearts of the wider population. Comment

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