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(YIMBY, New York) Construction is well underway on a four-building, 1.2-million- square-foot mixed-use development, dubbed Tangram, in downtown Flushing. The project is located on much of the block bound by College Point Boulevard, Prince Street, and 37th and 39th avenues. Work appears to be above street level on the 13-story, 192-unit residential building at 133-27view more
(Commercial Observer) Developers F&T Group and SCG America plan to add a movie theater, Asian-style food hall and high-end international fashion retailers into its 1.2-million- square-foot project in the Flushing section of Queens, Commercial Observer has learned. “We are creating something that is very new for Flushing, and bringing in highly curated retail for anview more
(By Suzanne Monteverdi) A bakery chain offering sweet and savory drinks and treats has just opened up a new location in Flushing. Tous les Jours, a French-Asian bakery chain, officially opened up at Asian dining center One Fulton Square on Nov. 22. The bakery features an assortment of classic Korean breads, pastries, doughnuts and cakes.view more
By Daniel B. Lundy, Esq. and Catherine DeBono Holmes, Esq. The USCIS stated in a stakeholder call on July 28, 2016 that minors can be primary applicants on I-526 petitions for visas under the EB-5 Program, but bear the burden of proving by a preponderance of the evidence that they have entered into a validview more
(New York Post) This weekend, as the 26th annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival in New York takes to the waters of Flushing Meadows Corona Park’s Meadow Lake. The festival historically occurs around the summer solstice, but is also a chance to showcase Chinese culture and the hard-core sport. After the races, hop back on theview more
(Wall Street Journal) In Queens, the neighborhood of Flushing is seeing developers take an interest in its western side and long-neglected waterfront after pouring money since the financial crisis into its bustling Chinatown. Flushing West is a so-called brownfield, made up of vacant or underused land where ground or water contamination has halted investment and redevelopment.view more
Amid the crush of Main Street in Flushing, Queens — a highly trafficked strip considered by locals as one of the neighborhood’s main arteries — the sounds of active construction from nearby developments add a buzzing pitch. Yet as buzzy as it may be, the area’s volume is likely to rise even further as aview more
(Instyle.com) With some 2.2 million residents—and nearly 1 million of them immigrants—the New York City borough of Queens is the most diverse place on Earth. And with all that diversity comes some incredible dining establishments, from authentic Greek to Pakistani, from Urdu to Colombian. And of course there are loads of Asian restaurants from placesview more
(Times Ledger) Residents and developers of the One Fulton Square mixed-use development in Flushing say the recent addition of several new restaurants, bars and retail spaces are adding to the complex’s diverse shopping experience.view more
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