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$1,289,000
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$699,000
1 bed
$1,750,000
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$1,248,000
3 bed 1566 sqft
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    Jennifer Xavier
    LIC, Hunters Point
    9 Aug
    I have been looking at wedding venue and found out about this beautiful venue in Long Island city call The Foundry. They have 3 different rooms you can book out not including their breath taking court yard. They also have a grooms men room with a pool table. Prices to host a wedding here are reasonable compared to other venues. If your on the hunt for wedding venues you should come check out one of their open houses.
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    Sunnyside, New York, New York, United States
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  • Ditmars Playground is a great park for kids and adults. Families are welcome with their kids and there is a bocce field as well to play with your friends.
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$1,289,000
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3369 13th Street, Astoria, NY 11106
5 bed3 bath
Listing by: EXIT Realty Dreams
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  • Half American artist and Japanese destination, famous for his paper lamps, a bit like lanterns, less known for his beautiful playgrounds. You are advised to go and visit the museum and maybe buy a new lamp for your home! some info from the website: https://www.noguchi.org/isamu-noguchi/digital-features/history-of-the-noguchi-museum/ In 1961, Isamu Noguchi relocated from Manhattan to Long Island City, Queens, with the purchase of a single-story commercial building on the southwest corner of 10th Street and 33rd Road. Noguchi found the neighborhood, with its skilled artisan shops and suppliers of stones and metals, highly conducive to his studio practice. Unlike his former studio at 33 MacDougal Alley in Greenwich Village, the remote location offered the opportunity to maintain a monastic lifestyle with few visitors dropping in. The new studio, a 3,200-square-foot warehouse, gave him open areas in which to work on a large scale. With the help of carpenter Yukio Madokoro, he developed a loft bedroom and living spaces within the building. While he continued to travel extensively and establish other studios in Italy and Shikoku, Japan, it was in this building that Noguchi created and stored most of his artworks for over a decade. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DDCOWA9q7U
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    Noguchi Museum Shop and Cafe, New York, New York 11106, United States
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    • What a story Lucas!
  • Oh, Wao! Look what people are telling about Sunnyside! The name "Sunnyside" originates with the Bragaw family, French Huguenots who had purchased the land in 1713 and named their estate "Sunnyside Hill". Sunnyside was a rural hamlet mostly consisting of small farms and marshlands. Sunnyside is a diverse neighborhood with an active arts scene and deep progressive roots. It is known for hosting the first St. Pat’s for All Parade in 2000, bringing together the neighborhood’s Irish and L.G.B.T.Q. communities. “It really feels like an incredibly cosmopolitan, but the suburban community,” said Lauren R. Bennett, 33, an associate broker with the Corcoran Group, who bought her first home in Sunnyside in 2018, paying $525,000 for a two-bedroom condominium with a 300-square-foot terrace on 49th Street and 43rd Avenue. It has that small-town vibe where everyone is so friendly, and you run into friends on the street. It is patrolled by the New York City Police Department's 108th Precinct. Politically, Sunnyside is represented by the New York City Council's 26th District. #sunnyside
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  • The initial development of Sunnyside was inspired by the garden city movement that had gained prevalence in England. Between 1924 and 1928, developers constructed the housing development of Sunnyside Gardens, inspiring a wave of residential newcomers to the area. The timing of this development would prove inopportune, as close to 60 percent of homes in the area were foreclosed upon followed by the depression. In early 2003, an initiative was started to preserve the historic value of the neighborhood, with residents and champions of the cause fighting to have the district rezoned as a New York City Historic District. In 2007, the area was finally designated by the Landmark Preservation Society. With these protections in place, Sunnyside has been on a gradual return to its former and original charm. #history
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  • Oh my god. The food was so freaking good I don't think we spoke more than a couple of words while we shovelled it in our mouths. The goat was cooked so perfectly I'm still drooling thinking about it. The rice was moist, flavorful and just perfect. And the peppers and onions were fantastic. But above all that, the Rum Cake. That was worth every single penny. I've only had rum cake once before, and the alcohol had completely overwhelmed the cake itself. The slice I got from here is so well balanced, so perfectly perfect that there are no other words to describe it. If you're thinking of coming here to try the food, please please do! Your taste buds will thank you!
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    Smoke & Spice, 3086 51st St, New York, New York 11377, United States
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  • I love trying out foods from different cultures and I heard about an Algerian place nearby where I was visiting. The northern part of Steinway Street is still flush with Arab and North African culture, community, and cuisine and Merguez & Frites provide visitors with a delicious taste of The Maghreb. The namesake sandwich was great, but if I had to name one item that is a must during every visit, it's actually the Algerian pizza. The crust is thin and tasty without being flimsy while the tomato sauce and herbs provide plenty of flavor so you're not missing the cheese. There are a few other options on the menu including kofta and chicken, which are also worth trying, This is Queens dining at its finest: a traditional Parisian street food popularized by Algerians that is perfect when washed down with a Brazilian guarana soda. Highly recommended!
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    Merguez & Frites, 40-06 25th Ave, New York, New York 11103, United States
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  • Hey Folks! Let me tell you about some foodie resorts in sunnyside! Sunnyside is an extremely diverse neighborhood. With that, its diversity permeates into the restaurant and food culture. With a number of dynamic and fan-favorite restaurants ranging from Peruvian to Turkish delights, there is plenty to taste and explore. 1. SoleLuna Sister Restaurant of Sotto Le Stella. Family-owned and operated. Authentic Italian is always a hit never a miss! Try anything on the menu and it’s guaranteed... 2. Chihuahua If you love authentic Mexican dishes with amazing drinks, then you've come to the right place. You get either indoors or outdoors. They start you off... 3. Maggie Mae's Bar Nice bar... FYI doesn't serve food, it's solely a bar. You can bring your food or get it delivered there. The drinks are very good here, and...
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    Sunnyside Smoke & Vape, 2314 E Indian School Rd., New York, New York 11104, United States
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