Ridgewood and Long Island City saw biggest rent increases last month, study says
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Prices for a studio in Ridgewood or two-bedroom apartment in Long Island City have jumped since March, according to a study by real estate firm MNS. The report found that studios in Ridgewood jumped 8.03 percent from $1,713 in March 2016 to $1,850 in April 2016. Meanwhile, two-bedroom apartments in Long Island City rose by 9.91 percent, from $3,697 in March 2016 […]

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LIC credit card crook goes on a diamond shopping spree, police say
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Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but not when it compromises the identity of innocent people. Police from Long Island City reported that a 48-year-old male victim had his personal identity stolen on Tuesday, March 29, at around 6:30 p.m. A thief opened up a Zales store card and made multiple purchases. The first incident occurred […]

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Realize your #HouseGoals with a custom home at The Bridges at Whitestone
Your dream home: The Bridges at Whitestone

Dream-home status? Check. Breathtaking view of the Throgs Neck and Whitestone Bridges, as well as the East River? Check. Mere minutes to midtown? Check! The The Bridges at Whitestone luxury home development lacks in nothing, creating some serious allure for those in search of a gorgeous new abode. We told you when the project first broke ground back in November […]

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Queens Council on the Arts will celebrate its 50th birthday with breathtaking views and good food
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Get the party hats, balloons and bubbly ready! The Queens Council for the Arts (QCA) is gearing up for its 50th anniversary party, QCA’s Fab @ 50!, on Thursday, May 26. The QCA will celebrate the cultural diversity and ever-evolving arts scene in Queens. “Our mission is simple and straightforward: to foster and develop the arts in Queens, everywhere from Astoria […]

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Queens Council on the Arts 50th Anniversary Dance Party
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2016 marks an important date for the arts in Queens. 50 years ago, creative visionaries much like you came together to found Queens Council on the Arts. On Thursday, May 26th Queens Council on the Arts takes on LIC Landing, the spectacular waterfront park, an event space set against the jaw-dropping backdrop of the Manhattan […]

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