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From QueensExaminer.com: Residents in Flushing are getting increasingly frustrated with a lack of details about a one-family, eight-bedroom home under construction at the corner of 157th Street and 33rd Avenue. Plans for the home also call for ten bathrooms, and residents are concerned that will result in eight en suites with two extra bathrooms in […] Read More

From NY1: By Shannan Ferry Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 05:46 PM EDT One Queens community that's struggled to obtain landmark status is hoping a new bill will help them protect the neighborhood's architecture. NY1's Shannan Ferry filed the following report. Janet McCreesh describes Broadway-Flushing as an oasis full of charming homes in bustling New […] Read More

Thank you Senator Tony Avella, Assemblymember Ed Braunstein, local civic associations and neighbors for attending the RALLY on Saturday, January 16!  Our message to save Broadway-Flushing was sent loud and clear to Mayor DiBlasio […] Read More

From NY1: Community leaders are calling for landmark designation to save historic homes from development in Flushing. NY1's Clodagh McGowan filed the following report. While walking around the Broadway-Flushing district, you might forget you're in Northeast Queens. "We're not on Long Island! We're not standing in the middle of Westchester or Connecticut. We are in […] Read More

Joe Brostek, BFHA Communications Chair, sending a message to Mayor DiBlasio at the Rally to landmark Broadway-Flushing […] Read More

Dear Members, Sadly we must report another teardown.  The new owner of 33-05 157th Street has been granted permission by the DOB to tear down the beautiful house that has been there for about 100 years. This year has been the most destructive to the character of this charming neighborhood.  WE NEED TO TAKE ACTION […] Read More

From QNS.com: By Alina Suriel / asuriel@queenscourier.com The Broadway-Homeowners Association and officials are continuing the push to designate the area as a New York City Landmark Historic District with a letter imploring the Landmark Preservation Commission (LPC) to add it to the public hearing calendar for consideration. The letter was signed by politicians at the […] Read More

Check out the great media coverage we received from the Broadway-Flushing Landmark Rally, on September 12th! Click the links below to view the articles: New York 1 Times Ledger Queens Tribune (1) Queens Tribune (2) Queens Courier […] Read More

Thank you to Councilmember Paul Vallone for arranging a walking tour of Broadway-Flushing on September 10, 2015 with NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission, Chair and Commissioner Meenakshi Srinivasan. The LPC is currently re-visiting the application to designate Broadway-Flushing a NYC land marked Historic District. Message to the LPC: Our neighborhood is worthy of preservation […] Read More

Check out the video and the photo slideshow below from the BFHA Landmark Rally, which took place this past Saturday, September 12th. Also, be sure to read all about the landmark rally in this Queens Courier news article […] Read More

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