With more small businesses than big box stores on Bell Boulevard, the commercial strip was the perfect destination for the head of the federal Small Business Administration (SBA) when she made the trip to New York last week.
Just two months after mega computer department store Mirco Center took up numerous empty lots and opened on Kissena Boulevard in Kew Gardens Hills, three new businesses are set to open on the thoroughfare soon as well.
The 800-pound gorilla in the political room recently has been … speed. The notoriously late Mayor Bill de Blasio, whose campaign platform included a prelude to his “Vision Zero” plan to eliminate pedestrian fatalities, has been getting skewered because his NYPD drivers rolled through stop signs and exceeded the 45 mph speed limit on the […]
We are pleased to announce that Massey Knakal has been retained for the sale of the Kew Gardens Hills multifamily portfolio of 1,268 units, one of the largest residential complexes in all of New York City. Investors have the opportunity to become a major player in the New York City multifamily market with the potential […]