Friday, April 6, 2012

KMI owner also owns College Point spa

From the Times Ledger:

Civic leaders are watching a proposed spa for College Point after a notorious hot sheets motel in Kew Gardens Hills owned by the developer was shut down last week in relation to prostitution charges.

The Queens district attorney announced last Thursday that two alleged flop houses were padlocked and five motel employees were arrested following a police raid. One of the hotels caught in the sting was the Kew Motor Inn, which belongs to Kwang Nam Park.

Park also owns a property in College Point that he has been trying to turn into a spa with the endorsement of state Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside).

“Obviously, this concerns me greatly,” Avella said. “My support for the spa was on the condition that everything is done legally. If it is proved that this individual is connected to what goes on at the hotel, that raises serious questions.”

Avella specifically noted only employees have been charged at this point, and Park himself has not been implicated. Avella said he would contact Brown’s office to investigate.


Anonymous said...

Your making another big mistake Tony! Your standing to close to the flame.

Anonymous said...

Figures that Asians owned the hoooker-hotel. I should have known.

Anony2 said...

Your making another big mistake Tony! Your standing to close to the flame.


Anonymous said...

I don't understand this - there IS a HUGE spa there - in College Point - AND it has been there for a few years.

So there will be two huge spas? why isn't anyone talking about the first spa?

Queens Crapper said...

I've posted about the first one several times.

Anonymous said...

so the N.E.Queens community now has a dilemma :
do we support an alleged Korean "White Slaver", connected to the Queens democrat machine of Tony Avella.....or a restauranteur, with mafia relatives, connected to the G.O.P. CM, Dan Halloran ?

stay tuned , Q.C. should be very volatile, unless the news was purposely" dumped" over Easter /Passover week to ease the public reaction.