Word on the street is that there are plans to convert a long vacant building on 48th Avenue into a boutique hotel and steakhouse. I have no idea who the developer and proprietor will be, so I have categorized this story as a rumor. I also have no … [Continue reading] about BOUTIQUE HOTEL AND STEAKHOUSE COMING TO THE HEART OF HUNTERS POINT
Have you ever wandered by the Queens West Field on 5th Street and 47th Avenue, viewed all the men and women having fun playing soccer, and wondered "How do I go about participating in that?" Well we have the answer for you, and it's really very … [Continue reading] about THE LIC SOCCER MAN
That's right, this Saturday, March 9, is LICtalk's one year anniversary! Yeah, we're still pretty raw, I mean most one year olds are still wearing diapers. But I invite all of you to go back and look at our initial posts. They are kind of like … [Continue reading] about HAPPY BIRTHDAY LICTALK, NOW LET’S RANT!
It's official folks, the last New Yorker has moved out of Manhattan. Corporate apartments, hotel conversions, immigrants, pied-a-terre's, retirees, students, 1997 vacancy decontrol changes, and most predominantly foreigners, mean that there is not a … [Continue reading] about THERE ARE NO MORE NEW YORKERS LIVING IN MANHATTAN
As if what is visible to the naked eye is not enough, the wheeling and dealing and prospecting going on in this town makes Manhattan look like Arkansas. Especially on a per capita basis. Everywhere I look, both on the streets and in the news, deals … [Continue reading] about LIC REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT IN OVERDRIVE