June 26, 2014 By Christian Murray
The real estate firms continue to move into Long Island City.
A-Class Realty, a small real estate firm based in Astoria, is opening an office at 10-31 Jackson Avenue.
The new office is located next door to a recently-opened State Farm, and on the same block as Station LIC, the bar/restaurant that is opening in July. The block about a year ago was for the most part empty.
A-Class Realty, owned by Tony Mazzara, will largely focus on rentals and will be comprised of about 8 agents. It is expected to open Friday or early next week. This will be the firm’s second office.
The Astoria office, located at 32-32 Steinway, deals in commercial and residential property.
Meanwhile, Christie Property Group, a real estate firm with an office in Manhattan and another in Westchester, opened a branch in Hunters Point—at 10-57 47th Avenue—earlier this month.