4-74 48th Avenue Apt. 39E comes to market

4-74 48th Avenue Apt. 39E Center Boulevard and 5th Street Long Island City $615,000. Maintenance/Common Charges $1,584, 10% down $61,500 Vitals: Price: $615,000 Type: Condop Bedroom: 1 Bathroom: 1 Rooms: 3 Exposure: N, E & W Key Features: Concierge Doorman Elevator Pet friendly Partial city view Partial park view Partial river view Partial skyline view […]
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4-74 48th Avenue Apt. 27F comes to market

4-74 48th Avenue Apt. 27F Center Boulevard and 5th Street Long Island City $648,000. Maintenance/Common Charges $1,857, 10% down $64,800 Vitals: Price: $648,000 Type: Condop Bedroom: 1 Bathroom: 1 Rooms: 3.5 Approx. Sq. Ft.: 863 Exposure: N, S, E & W Key Features: Junior four Concierge Doorman Elevator Pet friendly Partial city view Partial park […]
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Signage appears for Jackson Square at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

Signage is up at 23-20 Jackson Avenue, advertising available space for Jackson Square, an 83,000 square food mixed-use office/retail space.1 Real Estate Weekly (and brought to you here via our friends at LIC Talk) was the first to spot this story earlier in the week.23 The signage advertises a website, JacksonSquare.nyc, which has this to say about the space: […]
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Q&A with Winick’s Aaron Fishbein

The Court Square Blog recently caught up with Winick’s Aaron Fishbein, who will be bringing several retail spaces to Court Square. Here’s what he had to say: The Court Square Blog: Tell us about your commercial real estate practice at Winick. Aaron Fishbein: The firm has been around for over 30 years, specializing in retail […]
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Signage appears at 27-24 Queens Plaza South, former home of MiQ

Signage has appeared at 27-24 Queens Plaza South, former home of the pop-up shop, Made in Queens.1 The real estate agent for the space is Sarah Cohen from Gotham Realty, and this is the description of the site from their website:2 Queens Plaza is a rapidly evolving residential and commercial hub. At the foot of the Queensboro […]
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