2018 Real Estate Marketplace

Real Estate Marketplace


May 3, 2018 Edition
New Forest Hills Development











April 5, 2018 Edition

Rent Regulations Need to Be Phased Out

Realty Company Empowers Its Agents

Architect Named For Sunnyside Yard Project

Affordable Housing, School Come To LIC Waterfront






February 1, 2018 Edition

WeWork Is Coming to Long Island City









January 11, 2018 Edition

Real Estate Group Buys $23M Maspeth Warehouse

RPA Report Highlights Jamaica Redevelopment

Commercial Building In Bayside Sold For $13.5M







December 7, 2017 Edition

Luxury Condo With Retail Space Coming To Dutch Kills

Announcement on T Building Expected Soon

Brownfield Cleanup At Silvercup West Site

Affordable Housing Lottery Open in Jamaica





November 2, 2017 Edition

Queens Tribune Honors Eight At Real Estate Awards

Queens Tribune/SEQ Press 2017 Real Estate Marketplace Awards






Building New York – October 26, 2017 Edition

Asian-Americans Take Leading Role In New York City Real Estate

Sam Chang: Mogul Grew Hotel Development Company Into One of City’s Largest

John Lam: From Immigrant to Real Estate Mogul

Louie Liu: An Emphasis On Building and Community Development

Sidney Luu: Creating Products To Keep City Real Estate Booming

Xuejie Wong: Facilitating Joint Ventures For NYC Real Estate

Sam Suzuki: Development Company Owner Got An Early Start

Moses Seuram: A Passion For Real Estate

                                                        Wellington Chen: Pushing For Responsible Development


October 5, 2017 Edition

Microbrewery Signs Lease For Woodside Warehouse

Kew Gardens To Get Eight-Floor Apt. Building

Ridgewood Tower To Break Ground Soon






September 7, 2017 Edition

Exclusive: Queens Pilots NYCHA NGO Program For City

Flagship Diner Fights For Right To Operate

Jamaica Lot Sees Concrete Plans







August 3, 2017 Edition

Housing, Jobs, School Proposed for LIC Site

Nine-Floor Apartment Building Planned For Flushing

Hotel Planned For Jackson Heights Sparks Concern

New Regulations Curb Real Estate Solicitations In Queens





July 13, 2017 Edition

Former Body Shop To Become Medical Facility

Queens Blvd. Has Become Development Central

Plans Approved For Nine-Story Flushing Health Center

Advertorial: Improving Your Home On A Budget




June 8, 2017 Edition

New Businesses Set To Open In Downtown Jamaica

Treasure Island Storage Expands To Glendale

RKO Keith’s Cleared For Development

 Renovated Units In Lane Towers Almost Sold Out




April 6, 2017 Edition

17-Story Ridgewood Tower Still On Hold

Trump’s Childhood Home In Queens Sold

Study Ranks Queens Among Most Expensive Places To Rent





March 3, 2017 Edition

Crowley: Light Rail Can Breathe Life Back Into Queens

Kaufman And Silvercup Studios Boost Western Queens

Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology To Open Two Queens Locations

RKO Keith’s Development “According To Plan”

Choosing The Right Mortgage: Short- Or Long-Term?

Selling Your Home When You Have Kids

Recently Closed Burger King Site Could Yield Seven-Story Building

Real Estate Board: Queens Home Sales Fell In 2016


February 3, 2017 Edition

Forest Hills’ Lane Towers Sees Major Redesign

Katz Talks Queens Development, Clean Up Of Willets Point

Developer To Break Ground On Ridgewood’s Tallest Building

Nolan Opposes Long Island City Project Development

Day Care Planned For Former School-Supply Store

LIC, Astoria Ranked In Top-10 City Locales




January 12, 2017 Edition

ADVERTORIAL: Crystal Windows’ Building Renovation

Sleeker Rendering Of LIC’s City View Tower

Queens At The Top Of Foreclosed Homes In NYC

Transitional Services Breaks Ground In Jamaica

Online Tools For A Mortgage That Fits

Real Estate Profile: Lisa Owen

Increase In Wealthy Renters And Homeowners

  CB 7 Approves Whitestone Project

real-estate-epaper-cover-120116December 1, 2016 Edition

Remarketing Main Street

Queens Pols Back Homelessness Strategy

MAS Study Finds City Owned Land Is Misused

Washington Plaza Sells Fast

Queens’ Foreclosures Down, But Not By Enough





November 3, 2016 Edition

Queens Tribune Honorees Talk Real Estate

Queens Growth: A Gateway To The Future

What’s the Exit Plan on Affordable Housing?








real-estate-epaper-cover-100616October 6, 2016 Edition

Greater Jamaica Talks Potential For State Grant

Co-Op Tax Abatement Becomes Law

Wisest Choice This Season In New York Real Estate: Jamaica, Queens

Medical Facility Causes Stir Over Parking




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July 7th, 2016 Edition


Battle Line Z: Bringing an End to an Epidemic Of Zombie Properties

Record Breaking Acquisition Made in Jamaica

Housing Advocates Want State Money Now

Former Abbracciamento Property Exists In Limbo

Sanford Avenue Shows Signs of Gentrification

After Flushing West: A Collaborative New Vision For The Future

The Changing Face Of Retail In NYC




June 2nd, 2016 EditionReal-Estate-Epaper-Cover-060216

Congressional Hopeful Kaiman Hosts Co-Op Talk

Steady As She Rents: Inventory Helps Ease Prices In NW Queens

Sky’s The Limit: New LIC Project Sends Queens’ Skyline Even Higher

12 Acre Industrial Property Sold In Maspeth

Big Plans On Barnett Ave: Phipps Houses Plans Affordable Development In Sunnyside

The End Of Flushing West: De Blasio Admin. Cancels Plans To Develop Flushing Creek Waterfront


May 5th, 2016 EditionReal-Estate-Epaper-Cover-050516

Crystal Windows’ Steve Chen One Of ’40 Under 40’

All About NYC’s Pet Waiver Policy

Crystal Windows Gets Big Rig Fleet

D.C. Real Estate Firm Crowdfunds LIC Condo

Pomonok Residents Get New Views From Crystal

Washington Plaza’s Reinvention: Refurbished Co-op In Jackson Heights Begins Sales

New Board Members Elected At Great Neck BID

Advocacy Group Says 100 Percent Is the Correct Number For Flushing Developments

Phase II On Schedule: New Hunter’s Point South Buildings Are Slated To Rise In 2018

April 7th, 2016 Edition


“A View from the Top”

In Limbo: Zoning Changes May Have Dramatically Altered Flushing West Plans

A Buyer’s Borough: Buying Beats Renting After Three Years

Cuomo’s $3M Former Castle You Can Live In Gov’s Old Queens Home

A Bump Or A Trend? Rental Prices Slump In Queens As Leases Jump

Queens Based Developer Plans Three Boro Projects




March 3rd, 2016 Edition


Holliswood’s Hot Topic: Residents Fret Over Development Plan At Hospital Site

Report: Buying Beats Renting After 3 Years in Queens

Exclusive: Queens Priciest and Most Affordable Neighborhoods Revealed

Experts: New York Can’t Develop It’s Way to Affordability

What People Put Down On A New Home In NYC

Queens Commercial Investment Market Is it Time For a Correction

Skyview Wellness:  A Chance to Invest In Yourself and Your Practice


February 4th, 2016 Edition


Central Queens Rising: New Developments Planned In Rego Park, Forest Hills

Report: Forest Hills a Top Nabe for First-Time Home Buyers

The 5 Best Queens Neighborhoods For Commercial Real Estate Right Now

A Night At A Landmark: What to Expect at the TWA Hotel

Large and Small Companies Relocating to Long Island City

Katz on Housing: More is Better

Global Bank Expands Reach To Flushing

‘I Took a First-Time Home Buyer’s Quiz and Failed’: StreetEasy Offers Online Test For Those Buying A Home


January 7th, 2016 EditionCover-010716

Change in Jamaica: Report: Southern Queens Hub Is City’s Hottest Neighborhood In 2016

Where It Is Affordable For Minimum Wage

60,000 New Rental Apartments Rising

Real Estate Investors Crowdfund LIC Project

Flushing Commons Developers: Project Already an “Uncommon Success”

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