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Updates on Ozone Park’s strip mall

The new strip mall on Cross Bay Boulevard has already opened some of its shops, but more are in store. At the moment, Empire J Nail Spa, Nadia Rima boutique and CKO Kickboxing are open for business. TruBurger has already set up shop

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Developer pushes shop plan, despite rejections

Even after plans to build a small shopping center in Forest Hills were shot down by city officials, the developer still aims to open the complex in six months. David Koptiev of Gabriel Development Corp. vowed to resubmit plans for the two-story center –

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Engineers Labor Union Sheds Queens HQ for $3.7M

Commercial Observer reported last November that a Queens-based chapter of an engineers union was looking to sell its long-time New York home in the Richmond Hill area of Queens. CO has learned that the property, at 115-06 Myrtle Avenue, has sold for $3.7

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Havurat Yisrael has a new home

For one Jewish congregation, the new mixed-use building at 106-20 70 Road in Forest Hills marks a long return home. Residents are moving into the 24 condos, all with balconies. There are studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and retail space for rent

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38-01 Queens Blvd Reveal

As property values in Long Island City skyrocket, developers are starting to look a little further afield for places to build office space. A pair of developers are taking a chance on an industrially zoned strip in Sunnyside, just across the rail yards

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Curbcut, Platinum Realty Partners

As property values in Long Island City skyrocket, developers are starting to look a little further afield for places to build office space. A pair of developers are taking a chance on an industrially zoned strip in Sunnyside, just across the rail yards

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Ozone Park Shopping Center

A new shopping plaza in Ozone Park will have a wide variety of retailers and restaurants, including national brands, according to a representative for Queens-based Platinum Realty Associates, which owns the center. Dunkin’ Donuts and Domino’s Pizza have already signed on as tenants,

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Victory over unwanted hotel

Community members claimed victory last week after a long fight to stop construction of a “hot-sheet motel” near Springfield Gardens High School reached a conclusion they said was much more appropriate for the neighborhood. City Councilman James Sanders (D-Laurelton) called the gathering after

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