The NY Times reports that Forest Hills is finding it necessary to have a hotel again; however, Corona isn't quite ready for one:
On the Horizon in Queens, Less Travel for Travelers
Interesting quote from our borough president:
“We like that space and air in between,” she said, arguing that the arrival of such a tall building might set a dangerous precedent. “This is not Manhattan. To see a whole stream of tall buildings along one of our avenues is just not acceptable.”
Why is it not acceptable along Northern Boulevard but perfectly ok in Long Island City, Astoria, Flushing and along Queens Blvd? Don't those residents also like space and air in between?