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One of Astoria's most centrally-located commercial properties is on the market. The Queens Courier reports the retail storefront currently housing the Steinway Street Sprint store has an asking price of $5.5M and is exclusively listed through Eastern…Continue
Received this pic from @35thAndKaufman on Twitter. It seems Salvation Army on Steinway is having a lease issue with their landlord. According to this sign, a portion of the store has been leased to another tenant.
From personal experience, this (huge) store tends to be jam-packed with clothing, furniture, and other odds-n-ends, so condensing should be quite the task. Honest question though, where…Continue
It's been on the market a loooong time now with limited buyer interest. The price had dropped from $5M now all the way down to $2.9M.
Real estate listing site, trulia.com, shows nearly 2,000 homes for sale in NYC with an asking price higher than this historic home. So why isn't it selling?
The Queens-based real estate firm, Modern Spaces will be expanding into Astoria later this month. The company, started by WLA'er Eric Benaim, manages properties in each of the five boroughs and currently has two offices in Long Island City.
The company is best known for their new constructions, but according to their website, they…Continue
Added by Ran Craycraft on January 5, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments
The Mayor's office has just announced the award of a $360MM contract for the first phase of a low/middle income housing project in Long Island City to be completed in 2014--and will become NYC's largest housing…Continue
Added by Ran Craycraft on February 8, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
25 one and two bedroom condos in the 74-unit East River Tower are set to be auctioned off this weekend with a minimum bid of just $195K.
The auction house, Sheldon Good, & Company will be unloading the units after they failed to sell in their asking prices of $400-900K. The luxury building is located near the intersection of 31st Ave. and Vernon Blvd.--just a block away from…Continue
According to today's endearing article by the Queens Chronicle, following the recent death of Steinway Mansion owner, Michael Halberian, his son Jack has now moved into the mansion from Upstate New York to ensure his father's dying wish can come true--turning over the historical residence to the community.
Added by Ran Craycraft on October 22, 2010 at 9:30am — No Comments