Discuss the changing landscape of Long Island City at 3rd annual LIC Summit: Ideas and Impacts
Photo courtesy of Museum of the Moving Image

Join city, state and local elected and government officials, along with business and civic leaders to discuss the changing landscape of Long Island City. For the third year in a row, hundreds of professionals are gathering together in Long Island City for the LIC Summit: Ideas and Impacts, presented by LIC Partnership. This year the event […]

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Long Island City condos are now even more expensive than Brooklyn condos, study says
Photo via Flickr/Gabe Shore

Brooklyn’s high real estate prices have forced people to look for alternative housing options and for many, that meant making a move to the more affordable Queens. But a new study shows that at least one neighborhood in the “World’s Borough” has surpassed Brooklyn in terms of condo prices. Real estate firm Modern Spaces recently […]

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Take a closer look at 11-story luxury condo going up near MoMA PS1 in LIC
Photos courtesy of Fogerty and Finger Architecture

A high-end, 11-story condominium will rise in Long Island City’s art district. The Jackson, a 56-unit luxury development, is slated for completion in the first half of 2017 and will offer a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes at 13-33 Jackson Ave. Prices will range from $600,000 to $3 million. One-bedroom and three-bedroom penthouses, which will have […]

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Experts discuss plans for JFK Airport and Astoria at QNS Real Estate Conference
COURIER/Photos by Anthony Giudice and Alan Ngai.

More than 300 of the best and brightest real estate experts gathered at Terrace on the Park for the 2015 QNS Real Estate Conference on Thursday morning to focus on the future of Astoria and what the multibillion-dollar investment in New York City airports means to the real estate market in Queens. Queens Borough President Melinda Katz […]

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Group behind Hallets Point project to participate in QNS Real Estate Conference
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A representative of the Durst Organization, which is behind the billion-dollar Hallets Point development in Astoria, will be part of a panel discussion on the neighborhood during the Nov. 19 QNS Real Estate Conference at Terrace on the Park in Flushing. Jordan Barowitz, vice president and external affairs for the Durst Organization, is scheduled to speak during a […]

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