This coming Valentine’s Day, we are celebrating love done the Queens way. We selected six couples across the borough who have successful relationships and successful careers; they’re the movers and shakers in their respective fields.
A two-family house was sold for $2 million, a record price for the area, according to NY Space Finders. The house, located at 48-07 21st Ave., was sold on Feb. 1 by real estate broker Luca DiCiero at a markedly higher price than other Astoria homes in the last three years. “This was a unique house, […]
Rail could be the wave of the future throughout west Queens. With Mayor Bill de Blasio releasing last week a $2.5 billion plan to bring commuters the Brooklyn Queens Connector (BQX), an above-ground streetcar line along the East River waterfront, one local politician is hoping her plan for a commuter rail will be put on the fast track. Since last […]
Updated Feb.10, 4:57 p.m Astoria residents were surprised last week to learn that sewage from Astoria Park bathrooms was being dumped into the East River for decades, and one politician wants to make sure this problem is not a regular occurrence. State Senator Michael Gianaris is calling on the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to conduct a citywide […]
Astoria residents looking for an “innovative take” on Vietnamese cuisine can get their fix at Astoria restaurant District Mot starting this Friday, according to their Facebook page. Located at 37-15 Broadway, the restaurant is owned and operated by Michael Lien and Judy T, who are children of Saigon refugees and have run successful Vietnamese restaurants and Asian markets, according […]