Here's what the press is saying about Washington Plaza and it's wonderful neighborhood, Jackson Heights.

Six apartments in buildings with green spaces of their own

If there’s one thing most New York City homes lack, it’s a backyard—unless of course you should be lucky enough to live in a townhouse or penthouse with a massive terrace. But even if you don’t, a somewhat private green space can be yours if you know where to look. Here, six homes with their own gardens and courtyards that rival some of the best private plots of land in the city.


Queens’ population, real estate boom makes it look like the next Brooklyn

Approximately 10 years ago, 47-year-old sculptor Micki Spiller and her husband purchased a 1930s auto body shop in Woodside, a diverse neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens, and converted it into a home studio.


A three-bedroom, two-bath co-op for under $1 million?

Jackson Heights, Queens, is one of those neighborhoods where the apartments are large and full of character (and the area is family friendly, too!). This particular co-op is no exception.


A Makeover That Aims to Preserve

After years as a rent-regulated apartment complex, Washington Plaza in Jackson Heights, Queens is joining the co-op club. Delta Management opened sales last month at the six-building, 190-unit complex at 73-12 35th Avenue for 53 renovated apartments, with prices from $347,000 for a 762-square-foot one-bedroom ti $969,000 for a 1,801-square-foot four-bedroom.


Washington Plaza’s Reinvention: Refurbished Co-op In Jackson Heights Begins Sales

The co-op has new amenities and proximity to Manhattan, Washington Plaza, an Art Deco prewar rental in the heart of Jackson Heights. The developers plan on it filling a void for first-time homebuyers, families and buyers looking for a spacious home in this increasingly prominent location close to Manhattan.
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New York’s 44 best new places to live right now

This Jackson Heights prewar property undergoing a co-op conversion opened sales early this month with prices from $374,000 for a one-bedroom. But it’s not just one-bedrooms; options also include two- and three-bedroom pads at this 190-unit project — of which 53 are currently up for grabs. Features include kitchens with stainless steel appliances, ceilings 9 feet in height, pre-wiring for cable and Internet, archways and crown moldings. Washington Plaza also sports landscaped gardens, a gym and laundry facilities.


Note to Queens: New developments and conversions are headed your way

A 190-unit Art Deco prewar in Jackson Heights being converted to co-ops with spacious layouts, original details, private landscaped garden, fitness facility, and on-site laundry.


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