Russian café chain Stolle opening first US location in Long Island City


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THE COURIER/Photo by Liam La Guerre 

Russian café chain Stolle, which has more than 49 locations in Russia and Europe, is opening its first American shop in Long Island City.

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18-story mixed-use residential tower planned for Long Island City


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Map courtesy of Google

Great Neck-based New York Lions Group filed applications on Friday with the Department of Buildings to construct another tall, mixed-use residential building in the neighborhood.

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15-story residential tower planned for Long Island City


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Photo courtesy of Scott Bintner/PropertyShark

New York Lions Group filed plans with the Buildings Department to begin construction in Long Island City on a residential tower, which will be a 15-story, mixed-use commercial and residential building with 88 apartments, according to city records.

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Long Island City parking lot to be converted into 428-unit residential tower


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The trend of converting parking facilities into new sites for residential development has reached Alert Garage Corp.’s massive lot in Long Island City.

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Report: Long Island City, Astoria rental prices fall, borough prices jump slightly


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Charts courtesy of MNS Real Estate 

Prices are cooling off in the hot Long Island City rental market as values for studios, one and two-bedroom apartments have dropped considerably since May, according to the September Queens Rental Market Report by MNS Real Estate.

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