Ridgewood Queens

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You’ve probably heard of “Quooklyn” by now, the term recently coined by the New York Times to refer to the “next big thing” neighborhood of Ridgewood, Queens, which has also been referred to as Ridgewick. Back in August, 6sqft profiled the ‘hood, noting that it’s “a smart alternative to its headline-stealing North Brooklyn neighbors, Bushwick and Williamsburg, for anyone looking to invest in an up-and-coming residential area.” But now that Quooklyn has sparked such a media firestorm, we want to know what you think about the future of Ridgewood.

Photos: Via Cameron Baylock (R); Via semarr via photopin cc (R)

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  • Three new residential towers are coming to the High Line. [TRD]
  • In what some are calling a PR stunt, the owner of Grand Central has offered SL Green $400 million for One Vanderbilt. [NYT]
  • Manhattan commercial real estate is the top ranked in the country. [AMNY]
  • Ridgewood, Queens, the hot new neighborhood dubbed “Quooklyn,” had the most active commercial property sales in the city for July. [NYO]
  • Last gas station in the East Village will be replaced with condos. [TRD]
  • Staten Island might be getting homes built on elevated platforms. [WSJ]

Images- One Vanderbilt (left); The High Line Park (right)

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