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The rapid sales of residences in a new luxury mixed-use development in Flushing is leading its developers to unveil the second phase of residential sales earlier than expected. F&T Group and SCG America — the developers behind Tangram, a 1.2-million-square-foot, mixed-use development — announced that the first residential phase of the development is nearly soldview more
By: Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP On March 8, 2018, a draft of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa and Regional Center Program Comprehensive Reform Act (the “EB-5 Reform Act”) was released. This new proposal is similar to earlier congressional reform attempts but also includes new provisions that would dramatically affect the EB-5 industry – both in theview more
NEW YORK, NY — New York City living isn’t exactly what most would call cheap. But, though New Yorkers pay top dollar for less-than-desirable apartments, some neighborhoods get more bang for the buck than others. A data analysis conducted for the New York Post by number-crunching startup Localize.city measured local neighborhoods in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queensview more
(by IvyLee Rosario) Flushing, Queens, is taking mixed-use to a new level. Inspired by a traditional Chinese dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat pieces called tans put together to form shapes, the Tangram development will incorporate multifamily, office, retail and hotel, as well as food and beverage options, all under one roof. Flushing, Queens, isview more
By Grace Donnelly) H-1B visas are a hot topic in the continuing debate about immigration and American jobs. The complex work visa program relies on three separate federal agencies and a lottery system to determine which applicants will ultimately be awarded the 85,000 approvals allotted each year. New data released by the Department of Homelandview more
(By Sadef Ali Kully) The shoreline of Flushing Creek figured prominently in the Flushing West rezoning vision that was set aside two years ago. A state designation that will fast track the clean-up of long-polluted sites and a waterway in Flushing could usher in waterfront redevelopment despite the 2016 withdrawal of a bid to rezoneview more
(By Danielle Woodward) FLUSHING, QUEENS — Acres of industrial wasteland that have long line Flushing’s waterfront could soon give way to a vibrant new downtown area complete with affordable housing, thanks to a special designation from the state. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in June designated 62 acres of land in west downtown Flushing as aview more
(By Suzanne Monteverdi) A 62-acre portion of land on the Flushing waterfront may soon see substantial redevelopment after receiving a special designation from the state. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA) designation for an area of land in the western area of downtown Flushing, bounded to the north by Northern Boulevard, to the east by Prince Street,view more
(By It’s in Queens) Queens is blooming and booming! NYC Parks and the Japanese American Association of New York will host the Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival in the vicinity of the New York State Pavilion and the Astral Fountain in Flushing Meadows Corona Park on Saturday, April 15, at 11 a.m. Admission is free.view more
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