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AGENCY: Department of State.Start Printed Page 4220 ACTION: Final rule. SUMMARY: The Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs (“Department”), is amending its regulation governing the issuance of visas in the “B” nonimmigrant classification for temporary visitors for pleasure. This rule establishes that travel to the United States with the primary purpose of obtaining U.S.view more
The first of two residential towers in Flushing’s Tangram, a 1.2 million-square-foot mixed-use development, is nearly sold out as closings and move-ins have begun, the developers announced Thursday. About 95 percent of the tower’s 192 apartments — a mix of modern studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units — have already been bought. The massive Tangramview more
Goldfish Swim School, the learn-to-swim franchise with over 100 locations nationwide, signed their first indoor shopping mall location at Tangram, the 1.2 million-square-foot mixed-use development transforming the Flushing lifestyle. “Tangram is the ideal development to raise a family with recreational activities at their fingertips in Downtown Flushing,” said Robert Wineman, partner in BHB Group, theview more
Tangram, the 1.2 million square foot mixed-used development transforming the lifestyle of Flushing, announced the signing of two incredibly popular, international restaurants: Ju Qi, a cult-favorite eatery among millennials and tourists that specializes in authentic Beijing cuisine, and Meet Fresh, a Taiwan-based dessert bar known for its fresh, natural and healthy ingredients. A major momentview more
Next year, New Yorkers will be able to sample the often-unusual fare at this Beijing-based chain, with 20 locations in China and one in Sydney, Australia. Mashed potatoes molded in the shape of a rabbit is a specialty. (China is the world’s biggest potato grower, though you rarely see spuds on Chinese menus here.) Pekingview more
Popular fitness chain Orangetheory is expanding to Flushing, Queens with an outpost at Tangram, one of the largest new developments in the neighborhood, the developers announced this week. The Boca Raton, Fla.-based workout franchise inked a 10-year, 3,200-square-foot lease for a retail space in the project at 37-12 Prince Street. Asking rent in the transaction wasn’t disclosed. Orangetheory willview more
From Harlem to Downtown Brooklyn, a new crop of condominiums is coming to New York City this fall. And whether buyers are looking for something classic or cutting edge, they are spoiled for choice. Listing inventory was up 8.2% year over year in the second quarter of 2019, according to Douglas Elliman’s Manhattan Salesview more
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced significant changes to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program that provides permanent residence status with investment in a U.S. commercial enterprise that creates or, in certain circumstances, preserves 10 full time U.S. jobs. Applications submitted prior to the November 21, 2019 effective date will be processed under current EB-5 regulations.view more
The line at the new Tiger Sugar Bubble Tea store frequently stretches out the door and down the street. The Taiwanese chain, wildly popular in Asia for its sweet milk and brown sugar drinks, just opened its first North American location earlier this month. Out on the street, people cut through the bubble tea devotees, dartingview more
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