While new apartments in Queens are getting smaller so developers can maximize profits, the borough still has a treasure trove of spacious gems in older homes that offer prospective owners the best bang for their buck.
A Manhattan man will soon be sentenced to 11 years in prison after pleading guilty to two separate Queens home invasions, involving three women, one as old as 97, according to the district attorney’s office.
The Commodores are 4-1 so far and have won three straight games heading into their two toughest games of the season. After visiting High School of Construction on Dec. 16, Bayside is slated to host Cardozo on Dec. 18 and Queens High School of Teaching on Dec. 22.
Margaret Finnerty has lent a helping hand to families in southern Queens for over 20 years, but her time at the Department of Education (DOE) has come to an end as she announced her retirement earlier this month.
The slimming inventory of industrial facilities and high demand has led to a 48 percent bump over the year in average prices for industrial properties in the borough, according to real estate services firm JLL’s third quarter market report.
One of the six Queens Library trustees dismissed by the borough president has stepped out to defend the alleged expenses by suspended library chief Tom Galante, who could potentially face being fired at a board meeting scheduled for Wednesday night.
Mohammed Islam, a Queens teen who was profiled in New York Magazine for making millions trading stocks during his lunch hour, admitted that the story is false and his trades were simulated, according to a published report.
2015 Queens Real Estate Conference Terrace on the Park, Flushing, NY Thursday, February 26, 2015 BREAKFAST & NETWORKING: 7:30 A.M. – 8:45 A.M KEYNOTE SPEAKER & PANEL DISCUSSION: 8:45 A.M. – 11:30 A.M. The borough of Queens is a red hot real estate market. This event will bring together experts in the field of residential, […]
Lisa Fusco and a growing number of parents are building a case for the creation of gifted and talented programs for middle schools in their district. During a meeting with Katz and education officials on Wednesday, the parents were told that the district’s superintendent was the only one with the power to extend the program from its limited elementary school reach to middle school.