Open House New York gives an update on the QueensWay elevated park

Open House New York gives an update on the QueensWay elevated park

Paragraph 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etEZg6jLv_w Paragraph 2 RELATED: Related Article Here Paragraph 3 ... + The Trust for Public Land Images courtesy…

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Queens parking garage is getting a makeover as affordable housing

Queens parking garage is getting a makeover as affordable housing

Image1 In 2015, the Mayor Bill de Blasio administration began the Jamaica NOW Action Plan, an economic development program to boost retail development and more job growth in Jamaica,…

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This tiny houseboat in Queens can be your home-in-the-water for just $59k

This tiny houseboat in Queens can be your home-in-the-water for just $59k

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Swanky LEED-seeking hotel inside JFK's TWA Flight Center to have food court and nightclub

Swanky LEED-seeking hotel inside JFK's TWA Flight Center to have food court and nightclub

Related: Eero Saarinen’s iconic JFK terminal to be reborn as swanky airport hotel and convention center + MCR Development Via Curbed NY Photography by Max…

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Family of Queens coyotes set to be trapped and euthanized

Family of Queens coyotes set to be trapped and euthanized

Related: + Via NY Daily News Coyotes, laguardia, nyc wildlife, Rikers Island Bridge, don't feed the coyotes, coyotes nyc, nyc coyote pack, Wild Dog Foundation, Port…

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Rapper 50 Cent's community garden offers a green alternative to juvenile detention

Rapper 50 Cent's community garden offers a green alternative to juvenile detention

A community garden connects people to one another, says Deborah Marton, the executive director of NYRP. “There are not many activities in our culture where young people, old people,…

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5,000 old toilets will soon be home to 50,000 new oysters in NYC

5,000 old toilets will soon be home to 50,000 new oysters in NYC

Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), in partnership with the Billion Oyster Project, today announced that a project is underway that will see the…

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Lawyer sets world record for hitting every NYC subway station in 1 day

Lawyer sets world record for hitting every NYC subway station in 1 day

How far would you go to get into the Guinness Book of World Records? One intrepid New Yorker has mastered an amazing feat that many would think impossible: he hit every stop on the…

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Vertical village of modular blocks adds a pixelated punch to the LIC skyline

Vertical village of modular blocks adds a pixelated punch to the LIC skyline

2222 Jackson Avenue 2222 Jackson Avenue, oda, oda architecture, long island city architecture, long island city apartments, modular architecture, modular design, green design, green…

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Open, light-flooded floorplan modernizes a previously cramped Forest Hills Tudor

Open, light-flooded floorplan modernizes a previously cramped Forest Hills Tudor

Our clients had outgrown their cozy 1940s tudor house, but had no wish to depart their leafy enclave in Forest Hills. Not wanting to alter the appearance of the front facade from the…

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World's Fair Pavilion reimagined as a giant greenhouse blob atop Flushing Meadows Park

World's Fair Pavilion reimagined as a giant greenhouse blob atop Flushing Meadows Park

Related: 100,000 sq. ft. Duggal Greenhouse Opens at Brooklyn Navy Yard! + Sarah Wan and Aidan Doyle Via The Real Deal New York State Pavilion, Sarah Wan and Aidan Doylem…

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Artist covers abandoned Rockaway building in a splash of fiery sunset colors

Artist covers abandoned Rockaway building in a splash of fiery sunset colors

Related: Plans Unveiled for ‘Stilt City’ Resilient Art Studio in Rockaway Park + Katharina Grosse Via Hyperallergic Rockaways art, Rockaways art exhibition, art…

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NYC breaks ground on new resilient Rockaway housing development

NYC breaks ground on new resilient Rockaway housing development

“Many of us still remember the weeks of cold and darkness after Sandy – including thousands of NYCHA residents. People across all five boroughs are still feeling the impact today.…

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Con Edison announces plans for virtual power plant that connects solar-plus-storage systems

Con Edison announces plans for virtual power plant that connects solar-plus-storage systems

New York utility Consolidated Edison just announced plans to launch a $15 million virtual power plant pilot program this summer that will integrate residential solar-plus-storage…

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Escobedo Soliz Studio's colorful woven rope

Escobedo Soliz Studio's colorful woven rope "sky" blankets MoMA PS1 (PHOTOS)

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Could this 3.5-mile suspension bridge between NJ and Queens solve some of NYC's transportation woes?

Could this 3.5-mile suspension bridge between NJ and Queens solve some of NYC's transportation woes?

A wild new proposal calls for a 3.5-mile suspension bridge running from New Jersey, across Manhattan at 38th and 39th Streets, and into Queens. The Empire State Gateway was designed by…

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Giant blooming bowl of flowers will attract bees and other pollinators to Socrates Sculpture Park

Giant blooming bowl of flowers will attract bees and other pollinators to Socrates Sculpture Park

Related: Artist to install blooming Living Pyramid in Socrates Sculpture Park "Landmark" will be displayed May 8 through Aug. 28. + Socrates Sculpture Park Meg Webster Via…

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MTA agrees to study resurrection of Rockaway train line

MTA agrees to study resurrection of Rockaway train line

http://inhabitat.com/nyc/index.php?s=queensway Related: Via NY1 Queensway railine, queensway park, abandoned railways, Architecture and Engineering, eco design,…

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Submit your idea to redesign the iconic New York State Pavilion in Queens

Submit your idea to redesign the iconic New York State Pavilion in Queens

The challenge is deceptively simple: how do you take something old and make it new again? The New York State Pavilion has been closed and off limits to the public for years, although it…

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How much time would the Brooklyn Queens Connector streetcar shave off of your commute?

How much time would the Brooklyn Queens Connector streetcar shave off of your commute?

Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio revealed details of the proposed 16-mile Brooklyn Queens Connector (BQX), an electric streetcar line that will serve the growing waterfront community in the…

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Gotham Greens opens 60,000-sq-ft rooftop farm atop former toy company in Hollis, Queens

Gotham Greens opens 60,000-sq-ft rooftop farm atop former toy company in Hollis, Queens

Related: New Gowanus Whole Foods Will Have Rooftop Farm Operated by Gotham Greens “Opening this new state-of-the-art greenhouse facility in the middle of winter underscores the…

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Inside JetBlue's lean, green offices in Queens

Inside JetBlue's lean, green offices in Queens

JetBlue’s brand new Long Island City digs are an environmentally friendly oasis that encapsulates the look and feel of the home base at JFK’s Terminal 5. Designed by HLW…

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Mayor pledges $2.5B for 16-mile electric streetcar connecting Queens and Brooklyn

Mayor pledges $2.5B for 16-mile electric streetcar connecting Queens and Brooklyn

Mayor Bill de Blasio has approved a $2.5 billion plan to build a 16-mile streetcar line between Astoria, Queens and Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Queens Connector (BQX) will serve…

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