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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QNS Real Estate Conference to cover city airports, Astoria
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Panel discussions focused on renovations to the city’s airports and issues concerning Astoria will be the highlights of the QNS Real Estate Conference scheduled for Nov. 19 at Terrace on the Park in Flushing. MTA Chairman and CEO Thomas Prendergast will also serve as keynote speaker for the breakfast networking event presented by the Star Network and […]

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Kaufman Arts District’s first luxury condominium hits market
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A luxury condominium — the first of its kind in the newly designated Kaufman Arts District —has hit the market and seen instant success in just one week. Real estate firm Modern Spaces has began sales for The Marx, located at 34-32 35th St. in Astoria, and in the first week 20 percent of the building has […]

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The Cigar Factory in LIC sells for $31.1M
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After receiving large interest from investors near and far, one historic Long Island City building recently sold in an all-cash transaction for over $30 million, according to realty company Modern Spaces. Manhattan-based real estate private equity firm Brickman scooped up the former DeNobili Cigar Factory located at 35-11 Ninth St. for $31,100,000. The sale of the 102,670-square-foot building, which also […]

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