Category: LIC Real Estate Listings

Excavation set to begin on Astoria property for residential tower

Apr. 10, 2024 By zgewelb Apr. 10, 2024 By Ethan Marshall The excavation process for the property at 41-08 Crescent St. in Astoria is set to begin, marking the first step towards the construction of a 17-story residential tower, according to New York YIMBY. The 30,102-square-foot-long lot has already been surrounded by construction fencing. Machines for the construction work are expected to arrive on site within the coming weeks. The 189-foot-tall structure expected to be built on the property was designed by Dan Ionescu Architects and developed by Forte Italia LLC. Pecora Group LLC is the current owner of the… Read more »

Queens had most foreclosures among NYC boroughs in first quarter of 2024: report

Foreclosure notice and keys on a court table.

Apr. 10, 2024 By Ethan Marshall Queens accounted for the most foreclosures among the New York City boroughs in the first quarter of 2024, with 191, according to a report by the real estate agency PropertyShark. These 191 foreclosures accounted for 45% of the 424 cases that occurred in New York City this quarter. Its…
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Most expensive rental in Queens leased at $11,200 a month


Apr. 3, 2024 By Ethan Marshall A Little Neck mansion at 53-27 254th St. has become the most expensive rental in Queens, with a monthly lease of $11,200. This Mediterranean style single-family home is more than 9,184 total square feet. Originally built in 2004, this property was once owned by New York Mets legend and…
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Queens County had 8.5% housing supply growth from 2012-2022: report


Apr. 2, 2024 By Ethan Marshall From 2012-2022, the housing stock in Queens County increased 8.5%, according to a study by the construction software, insurance and related services organization Construction Coverage. The percentage increase over the 10-year-period is the same as that of the entire country, based on the study where nearly 800 counties were…
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Asking rent prices increase significantly in Queens year-over-year: report

Mar. 29, 2024 By admin Mar. 29, 2024 By Ethan Marshall The median asking price for rent in Queens jumped significantly from February 2023 to February 2024, according to a study conducted by the real estate firm StreetEasy. Year-over-year, the median asking rent rose 13.5%, from $2,599 to $2,950. This price increase is reflective of… Read more »

Cord Meyer Development Company celebrating 120th anniversary

Cord Meyer Development

Mar. 27, 2024 By Ethan Marshall As Cord Meyer Development Company celebrates its 12oth anniversary, its impact on Queens cannot be overstated. Built on decades of accomplishment, the company remains firmly focused on the future, here in Bayside and beyond. Cord Meyer Development was officially incorporated in 1904 but its roots trace back to the…
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Queens dominates list of NYC’s smallest condos: Report


Mar. 19, 2024 By Ethan Marshall Five neighborhoods in Queens were found to be among the 10 areas citywide that have the smallest median condo size, according to a recent report by the real estate firm PropertyShark. The neighborhoods included South Astoria, Maspeth, Old Astoria, Long Island City and Kew Gardens Hills. South Astoria, which the report defines as the southeast section of the neighborhood, was ranked as having the smallest median condo sizes in all of New York City, at just 631 square feet. Maspeth placed fourth on the list with a median condo size of 671 square feet;…
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