A Sweetleaf Coffee is coming to Tishman Speyer’s Long Island City project

We last stopped by Tishman Speyer’s Long Island City project at 28-34 Jackson Avenue, 28-10 Jackson Avenue and 30-02 Queens Boulevard, a/k/a “Jackson Park” back in August, when we noted that facade work was nearly complete.1 By 2018, there will be three large residential builds with ground floor retail.2 Among those retail spaces will include a Sweetleaf, which […]
Continue reading…

 

The Path to film in Court Square on Wednesday

“The Path,” a Hulu original, will film in Court Square on Wednesday. Signs like the one below were seen all along Jackson Avenue, and the shoot will begin at 6 a.m. Here’s more about the project from Wikipedia:1 Eddie Lane lives in Upstate New York with his wife Sarah and their two children, Hawk and Summer. […]
Continue reading…

 

Facade work nearly complete at Tishman Speyer’s Long Island City project

We last stopped by Tishman Speyer’s Long Island City project at 28-34 Jackson Avenue, 28-10 Jackson Avenue and 30-02 Queens Boulevard back in January, when the south tower had just topped out, and the northern and central towers were near top out.1 As seen in the photos below, facade work has completed at the southern tower, with […]
Continue reading…

 

South tower tops out at Tishman Speyer’s Long Island City project

We last stopped by Tishman Speyer’s Long Island City project at 28-34 Jackson Avenue, 28-10 Jackson Avenue and 30-02 Queens Boulevard back in August, when outside facade work had just started.1 As seen in the photos below, the southern tower has reached its peak, and the other two towers are well on their way. By 2018, there will […]
Continue reading…

 

Construction on ‘Sunbather’ finishes on Jackson Avenue

Construction finished on “Sunbather,” a large pink sculpture at the corner of Jackson Avenue and 43rd Avenue last week.1 The project, which came at a bill of more than $500,000, had generated controversy for a number of reasons, including the cost of the project, and that the sculpture wasn’t from a local artist. The story was first […]
Continue reading…