After demolition, a mixed-use building will replace former Chelsea Coffee House in Bayside
Photo: Google Maps

Chelsea Coffee House that once stood on the Bell Boulevard in Bayside is now a shell of its old self. Demolition of the building is planned and a new three-story, three-unit mixed-use building will be erected in its place. The building located at 42-07 Bell Blvd., currently owned by Parker Greenfield LLC, received full demolition permits already back in 2014. Nick […]

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‘Moderate’ Martins seeks Queens support as GOP candidate for Congressional seat
QNS/Photo by Robert Pozarycki

In an election year where most people want to shake up the status quo, state Senator Jack Martins hopes his moderate record will convince voters on both sides of the aisle to send him to Capitol Hill. The Republican nominee for the Third Congressional District seat covering northeast Queens, northern Nassau and northwest Suffolk counties held by […]

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Twilight open house for a covetable brick Colonial in Little Neck
Twilight open house for a covetable brick Colonial in Little Neck

One of the most beautiful homes on the market in Queens right now is also one of the last houses left in our recently highlighted listings. They’re going fast… and you definitely don’t want to miss out on this one. Get the details on the home’s features and open house information below, and then flip […]

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UPDATE: Bayside homeowners can now sign a petition to stop the city from installing bioswales without their permission
Photo by state Senator Tony Avella's press office

The city wants to bring some eco-friendly devices to Bayside, but earlier this month some residents and elected officials said that the government should ask for their permission first. State Senator Tony Avella and the Friends of Fort Totten Park supported the residents by urging Mayor Bill de Blasio and city agencies to seek homeowner […]

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New middle school in Corona aims to alleviate serious overcrowding in the district
Photo courtesy of Department of Education

One of the most overcrowded school districts in the city will be home to a new middle school built to alleviate the jam-packed classrooms that are common in western Queens. School District 24, which encompasses Corona, Glendale, Ridgewood, Elmhurst, Long Island City, Maspeth and Middle Village, has long had a problem with overcrowding and schools in Corona […]

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