Street art appears at 43-01 21st Street

Street art isn’t dead in Long Island City just yet. In fact, it’s still very much alive.¬†Thanks to Jerry Barnard from 145 Antiques, who alerted us to street art going up at¬†43-01 21st Street in November. Rockrose purchased the building in April 2014, as reported first by The Court Square Blog.1 Rockrose in contact to […]
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Outside facade mostly installed at 42-14 21st Street

Construction is moving along at 42-14 21st Street, the future home of Creative Mobile Technologies.1 If you compare the first photo (taken in September) with the next two photos, which we took last week, you can see that there are major changes in the facade of the building. The anticipated completion date is winter of […]
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Public Morals to film in Court Square

The upcoming television show “Public Morals” will be filming in Court Square next week. Signs like the above were seen on Queens Plaza South and 21st Street. Here’s a little more about the show via IMDB,1 which will begin to air in 2015: Set in 1967 in New York City’s Public Morals Division, where cops […]
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Dunkin Donuts opens at 44-80 21st Street

Back in September, The Court Square Blog was the first to report that a Dunkin’ Donuts was coming to 44-80 21st Street.1 The chain coffee and donuts restaurant opened last week, and when we stopped by, it was filled to capacity. It was a quick turnaround for the space, which just started construction in early […]
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Signage up for Dunkin Donuts at 44-80 21st Street

We’ve been reporting since late September that 44-80 21st Street was ‘likely’ to turn into a Dunkin’ Donuts based on construction permits filed with the Department of Buildings.1 Well, recently, Dunkin’ Donuts officially announced its impending arrival with signage. As you can see in the photo below, a “Coming Soon” sign now hangs in front […]
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