Click for more pics *1 Block to Subway *Just off Broadway *All Completely Renovated *Great Eat-In Kitchen and Full Bathroom *Lots of Light *2nd Floor (top floor) *Clean and Quiet Building *Great Landlords too! Call Peter 718-578-3881 http://www.myastoriarealestate.com Share/Bookmark
This apartment is situated only 2 blocks from the r, v train at Steinway Street (34th ave entrance). It is an excellent location close to Kauffman Astoria Studios, Movie Theatres, Museum of Moving Image, Broadway, Restaurants, Shopping, and more. *Hardwood Floors*Renovated Pre-War Bldg*VERY CLEAN*Laundry on premises*RENT STABILIZED*Incredible Location Call Me to View at 718-578-3881http://www.myastoriarealestate.com Share/Bookmark
This is your chance to live in a 3 year old building on the top floor (3rd floor) for only $1650 per month. The building itself is very clean and quiet. The apartment is spacious with plenty of light plus the other tenants in the building are great. *Hardwood Floors*Balcony*Washer Dryer!!!!!*Absentee Landlord*New Construction*April 15th move […]
I have some great deals available at the current time. Lots of 2 beds in Astoria, Woodside and LIC from $1400 per month to $1900 per month. Also, I have some great studios and one beds too from $950!!!! I don’t even have time to post them all so call me for details. They are […]
Take advantage of wintertime while it lasts. Now is an excellent time to secure an incredible deal on a rental. There is less demand for apartments and more inventory this time of year resulting in savings for you! If you are a savvy renter, you’ll make the right move at the right time and that […]
Mu Ramen, the pop-up noodle shop that had been operating out of Bricktown Bagels, is likely to open a brick-and-mortar store at 12-09 Jackson Avenue. The ramen shop, which has tried to keep the exact location of its restaurant under wraps, has applied for a liquor licens…
To most people, New York City has become an otherworldly real estate market. It's the town where a skyrise condo just sold for more than $50 million-and it was only that cheap because it was raw space. But to the global rich, New York is a bargain.