From Long Island City to Astoria, Jamaica and Flishing, Queens is booming as much as the rest of New York City. This map shows you where the latest projects are planned, under development and ready across the borough, as well as some of the most interesting real restate listings.

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ProjectDescription
12-Story Mixed-Use Project with 90-Key Hotel Filed at 38-24 32nd St.The ground and third floor would contain 8,154 square feet of medical offices, followed by a 90-key hotel across the fourth through 12th floors. (NY YIMBY)
Seven-Story, 20-Unit Residential Project Planned at 166-30 88th Ave.Amenities include an outdoor terrace on the seventh floor, a 10-car parking garage on the ground floor, and community facility space in the cellar. (NY YIMBY)
Tishman Speyer's 1,800-unit Long Island City rental, Jackson Park, will debut this fallThe apartments will be spread out between three skyscrapers. (Curbed)

(Photo: Jackson Park)
Reveal for 30-80 12th Street, Large Residential Development Coming to AstoriaThe 711 apartments will break down between 565 market-rate and 146 affordable units, and the site is going to be developed in a configuration with two buildings. (NY YIMBY)
11-Story, 182-Unit Mixed-Use Project Lands Financing at 22-12 Jackson Avenue, Long Island CityThe latest building permits indicate the project will encompass 224,327 square feet and rise 120 feet to its upper rooftop. There will be 182 condominium residences across the second through 11th floors. (NY YIMBY) 7/10

(Photo: Google)
Redeveloped Rego Park Building Features Pet Spa And Children's PlayroomA 16-story Rego Park rental from the 1950s was recently redeveloped into a luxury building featuring numerous amenities, such as a pet spa, children's playroom and bike storage, joining several recent developments in the neighborhood that boast upscale apartments, according to a brokerage firm. (DNAinfo)
63-Story Apartment Building Set To Rise Next To LIC Clock TowerThe Durst Organization plans to build a 63-story tower with 763 apartments and a public park in the lot next door to the landmarked Clock Tower building in Queens Plaza, city records show. (DNAinfo)

(Photo: Google)
Checking in on Long Island City’s 54-story rental tower by RockroseThe nearly 600-foot-tall building will bring 790 apartments to the neighborhood. (Curbed)
Long Island City’s 5 Pointz-replacing rentals reach new heightsOne of the two rental buildings has made significant progress this year. (Curbed)
For $1.68M, an expansive Queens home with sizable movie roomFrom the outdoor space to the expansive interiors, you get bang for your buck with this home. (Curbed)
Community Proposes Plan to Save Kew Gardens BridgeRepresentatives of the Kew Gardens community came up with a plan that envisions saving the Long Island Rail Road bridge as well as a dozen businesses built along it, as the MTA considers demolishing the aging structure, local officials said. (DNAinfo)
Entenmann's Outlet Site Bought by Controversial Developer for $11M A developer that owned the famed Hotel Chelsea for a contentious two-year period has purchased the Entenmann's Bakery Outlet site on Queens Boulevard for $11.8 million, according to the firm that brokered the sale. (DNAinfo)
Five-Story, 10-Unit Mixed-Use Building Planned at 2-22 51st Ave., Long Island CityThere will be retail space on the ground floor, followed by 10 residential units across the second through fifth floors. (NY YIMBY)

(Main photo: Metropolitan Transportation Authority)

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