After receiving a $290 million boost from the New York City Housing Development Corporation, BRP Companies have filed plans to build a set of towers near the intersection of Archer Avenue and Sutphin Boulevard.
Being built at an estimated cost of $300 million, the project has been previously billed as one of the largest investments in the area in decades. Construction is expected to get underway early next year with an anticipated completion in 2019.
In certain parts of the country, $200,000 is quite enough to buy a house, but in New York City owning one’s own slice of property at that cost is just short of a dream. But here's a round-up of 10 properties asking just that. No, this is not a drill.
Governor Cuomo recently announced the multi-million dollar project, saying that the revamp will welcome new tracks that allow for increased service, as well as new platforms with Wi-Fi and heated waiting areas.
The boyhood home of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will hit the auction block next month. The property's owners chose to auction the house to determine what it's really worth (or see what they could wrangle out of a Trump supporter.)
The neighborhood will soon see a new 12-story rental building that will offer 177 affordable units on what is currently a parking lot. The building will also have commercial space, a community center, and 63-car parking garage.
Queen’s Jamaica neighborhood will receive a much needed $10 million award from New York State to kick-start revitalization initiatives in the area. About $300,000 of that money will be used to determine an economic development plan.