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Astoria »

The house on 31st Avenue is slated to become a 6-story apartment building and eatery.

Long Island City »

The property at 21-42 44th Dr. has been halfway dismantled by construction crews.

Ditmars »

Locals will celebrate with cake and champagne, while the bridge itself is getting new murals.

Jamaica Estates »

The house, at 85-15 Wareham Place, is headed to auction Tuesday afternoon.

Astoria »

The owner of the building on Broadway in Astoria is renovating it to combine it with the shop next door.

Woodside »

The terra cotta-covered facade in Woodside is the latest site that preservationists want to save.

Astoria »

The owner of the property is doing renovations at the site to combine it with a building next door.

Long Island City »

The city says the site at 21-42 44th Dr. is not as architecturally or historically important as others.

Long Island City »

Residents started a campaign last week to preserve the property on 44th Drive from demolition.

Long Island City »

A partial demolition permit was filed for the site at 21-42 44th Dr. in December.  

Astoria »

The sign commemorates the steamboat that caught fire in 1904, killing more than a thousand people.

Long Island City »

A local historian has been calling to have the millstones removed from the busy Dutch Kills Green park.

Sunnyside »

The Greater Astoria Historical Society will host a lecture Thursday on the historic Queens district.

Astoria »

The property, once home to the famous piano-making family, was sold on Friday.

Astoria »

A map found in a United Kingdom archive depicts New York in 1776, after the Battle of Brooklyn.