The development never stops.
As many of you already know, in addition to my role at WHA, I’m the proud owner of Lockwood. We have some BIG news we wanted to share with the (…)
Another development is coming to 31st Street near Astoria Blvd.
What’s up with the Augustana ELCA church site.
Is the western Queens waterfront “lost” and does it really need to be “discovered”? The NY Times thinks so.
An update on the effort to find a replacement for the 421-a tax abatement program in NYC.
Check out the new renderings for the very tall Court Square City View Tower, coming to LIC in 2018.
Broadway is getting another mixed-use building, this time right across from The Strand. Paperwork was recently filed for a “new 7-story building of residential with a commercial.” Right now this (…)
One thousand union workers protested the Wolkoff’s apparent ditching of an agreement they made to hire 100% union workers for the development on the former location of 5 Pointz in LIC.
The demise of the 421-A tax break does not bode well for the Astoria Cove development on the Astoria waterfront.
The Hallets Point development, now down one building from five, will not be building a co-generation plant in the building after all.
The building at 36-01 Broadway, originally home to a Childs Restaurant, may be preserved after all. No guarantees yet, but it has promise.
An update on real estate developments in Astoria, some of which you may not be aware of.
The folks from Property Shark contacted us to promote their annual Astoria real estate report, so we thought we’d pass on a selection of details, some of which, frankly, surprised us. (…)
A while back we confirmed that Bareburger is opening a new restaurant in the old Athens Cafe space. We’ve been in touch with folks at Bareburger and they were kind (…)