On the eastern side of Lexington Avenue, between 33rd and 34th Streets, two older low-rise buildings spanning 227-229 Lexington Avenue are currently awaiting demolition to make way for a new residential development. ...Read More

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Glassy 77-unit Astoria condominium revealed, construction to begin next year On October 29, 2014 5:33 pm

Plans for construction on a luxury Astoria condo building blocks away from the waterfront will begin shortly as demolition of the old properties on the site is nearing completion...Read More

Astoria in the News on 10/30/14 11:00am

Two interesting stories concerning Astoria popped up in the news this morning. The first is an article by Queens Courier on the new development at 14-07 Broadway, called The Baron. The developers released the above rendering...Read More

NY Lions Group to build 110-unit resi building in LIC on January 23, 2015 12:17PM

New York Lions Group’s Albert Shirian is planning an 18-story residential tower in Long Island City, according to a new permit application filed with the city today. Shirian’s plans for the site at 42-06 27th Street, right by the Queensboro Plaza...Read More

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Glassy residential development coming to Lexington Avenue on October 27, 2014 09:00AM

A residential development is coming to Lexington Avenue between 33rd and 34th streets. New renderings of the project, designed by C3D Architecture, were released by New York Yimby. ...Read More

New Luxury Rentals in Rego Park Start at $1,600/Month

Rego Park, Queens has some new luxury rentals to offer, as leasing forThe Rego Modern launches today. The seven-story building's 38 units are a mix of studio-, one-, and two-bedrooms. Four of them are currently on the rental market, via brokerage Modern Spaces, ...Read More

Glassy Condos Oddly Dubbed 'The Baron' To Rise in Astoria

A rather large condo building will soon sprout on Broadway at 14th Street in Astoria (note: not Long Island City). The glassy development, to be known as The Baron, will rise eight-stories and have 77 one- to three-bedroom apartments ranging in size from ...Read More

This Tall Drink of Glassy Water Is Replacing Kips Bay's Bricks

Renderings for a new residential tower at 229 Lexington Avenue have surfaced via NY YIMBY, and reveal a very glassy, vertical facade fromC3D Architecture. Although it will be of a similar height to the surrounding buildings, ...Read More

Multifamily Monday:
Four Neighborhoods Making a Comeback

You can count on one hand the communities in NYC where investors can get in at a decent basis but risk has diminished....Read More

Meet the Landlord: Aaron Shirian

Shirian on growing up in real estate, developing Long Island City and tenant horror stories

You are the second generation of a family real estate firm. At what point did you come into the business?
I’ve been immersed in the business since I was born. I was pretty much raised on construction sites....Read More

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