SEE IT: This Three-Story Colonial In Forest Hills Boasts Remodeled Rooms Mixed With Original Features
With its unique layout and this high-end fixtures, this three-story Forest Hills home is definitely a must-see.
Located at 71-30 Harrow St., the colonial-style home has successfully blended old and new with its original wood floors and stained glass features with its completely remodeled kitchen and bathrooms. Offered by SBNY Real Estate and Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty, the residence in on the market for $1,890,000. Continue Reading ›
The Nike x Virgil Abloh for Serena Williams “Queen” Collection is based on William’s passion for dance, and in particular, ballet.
Telling the story of one of the Most Important Roads In Maspeth & Middle Village: Our Neighborhood, The Way it Was
Eliot Avenue isn’t as old as some of Queens’ most historic roadways, but for a time in the 20th century, it was one of the borough’s most important thoroughfares.
The oldest segment of the two-mile roadway stretches about a half-mile from Metropolitan Avenue to Mount Olivet Crescent. The remainder of the roadway, from Mount Olivet Crescent to Queens Boulevard, wouldn’t open until 1938, just a few months before the opening of the 1939-40 World’s Fair in what’s now known as Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Continue Reading ›
FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — A new medical marijuana dispensary in Forest Hills is opening its doors to anyone whose lives have been touched by breast cancer for its first support group meeting this month.
Curaleaf New York, which in July opened its 3,000-square-foot spotat 107-18 70th Road, will host a free breast cancer support group and information session the evening of Aug. 20, the medical marijuana dispensary brand announced Thursday.
“Any time that we go out to the community, we hope first and foremost that they realize we’re here to help them and be a place where people can come to live better,” Mike Conway, Curaleaf’s director of dispensary operations, told Patch. Continue Reading ›
The Tour de Flushing is back for its second year.
On Sunday, Aug. 19, cyclists of all ages are invited to this free, family-friendly event that takes participants on a scenic ride through Queens’ Greenbelt in Flushing. The 11-mile ride begins on the Western End of Kissena Corridor Park at the intersection of Main Street and Elder Avenue and will be broken up into two legs with an optional third leg. Continue Reading ›
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It doesn’t take a hurricane to do significant water damage to a home. Sometimes a small, steady trickle of sumer rain is all that’s needed to ruin a room. And for those types of situations, there are things homeowners can do to ensure their houses stay safe and dry.
We’re talking about waterproofing, and there are a number of ways you can do it to your home. Allow us to break it down for you. Continue Reading ›