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8/9/2018

The site was the newly renovated plaza at LeFrak City in Corona; the audience, which blanketed the huge circular space, was made up primarily of families with youngsters who had not yet reached double digits in age.

8/8/2018

“LeFrak City is proud to partner with Senator Peralta in his efforts to improve the educational experience of the children of our district,” said LeFrak City Management.

7/5/2018

"Rosie the Robot" has been on duty at LeFrak City in Corona since last summer.

3/19/2018

The one-bedroom they found in LeFrak City is not just close to work, its big picture windows let them watch planes coming and going from the airport.

10/21/2017

At LeFrak City, New Amenities Unveiled After $70 Million Renovation; Rentals from $1,485/Month.

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10/19/2017

A $70 million renovation for Corona’s LeFrak City has been completed and includes the revamping of the apartment complex’s interior and exterior.

LeFrak City, which was founded in 1962, consists of 20 16-story residential buildings that house approximately 15,000 residents in its 4,600 units. The project to renovate the apartment complex was first announced in 2012.

The interior upgrades include renovations to all building lobbies and common hallways, such as new floors and newly painted walls. The buildings’ boiler systems and pipes were also upgraded.

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10/16/2017

Five years ago, LeFrak City offered its residents amenities like pools and tennis and basketball courts, but very little green space. Now, the hidden city-within-a-city in Corona, Queens is getting an upgrade. “There really wasn’t a lot of play area. There was gardening, but it wasn’t meant to be trampled on or used. It was meant to be seen,” said David Bernhardt, general manager of the massive housing complex.

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10/16/2017

In Queens, near the merger of neighborhoods Corona, Rego Park and Flushing, is LeFrak City - a masterplanned community built in the 1960s primarily for middle-class New Yorkers.

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10/16/2017

As its five-year, $70 million dollar renovation winds down, the residential city-within-a-city in Queens offers exclusive green space, sports and a robot named Rosie.

Five years ago, LeFrak City offered its residents amenities like pools and tennis and basketball courts, but very little green space. Now, the hidden city-within-a-city in Corona, Queens is getting an upgrade. 

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10/10/2017

The firm's five-year capital improvement program has come to an end, bringing the 4,600-unit, 20-building LeFrak City community to a new level with a series of infrastructure and amenity upgrades.

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10/9/2017

LeFrak City in Corona, Queens is entering a new era as the prolific LeFrak organization returns to its roots with a major $70 million revamp of its eponymous development. This month, LeFrak is unveiling the completed renovation of the master-planned community that the company founded in 1962.

The firm's $70 million reinvestment, which began in 2012, includes substantial infrastructure and amenity upgrades to the mega-development. This signifies a new generation for LeFrak City as the community and surrounding area continue to thrive.

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10/6/2017

LeFrak has returned to its roots and revealed their new $70 million redesign of LeFrak City in Corona, Queens. The renovation takes their master-planned community that the company founded in 1962 to the next generation.

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10/5/2017

Five years after renovations began, LeFrak has wrapped up a $70 million revamp at LeFrak City, the firm’s massive, 4,600-unit master-planned community in Corona, Queens.

The revamp of the 1960s complex, a neighborhood of 20 16-story towers that houses roughly 15,000 residents, was masterminded by Rosen Johnson Architects. It includes a laundry list of upgrades like renovated lobbies and corridors; new parking decks and lighting; apartment upgrades; various infrastructure improvements like work on facades, roofs, and boilers; and green initiatives like solar panels.

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10/5/2017

Hugging the Long Island Expressway in Queens is a stretch of identical brick buildings so vast that it looks like a city within a city.

In fact, it is. Welcome to LeFrak City, a 20-tower housing complex built in the 1960s for middle-class New Yorkers that is still home to some 15,000 of them.

Now, as the original developer’s son and grandsons wrap up a $70 million upgrade project that has taken several years, the community has entered the modern era.

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10/4/2017

Hugging the Long Island Expressway in Queens is a stretch of identical brick buildings so vast that it looks like a city within a city.

In fact, it is. Welcome to LeFrak City, a 20-tower housing complex built in the 1960s for middle-class New Yorkers that is still home to some 15,000 of them.

Now, as the original developer’s son and grandsons wrap up a $70 million upgrade project that has taken several years, the community has entered the modern era.

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9/22/2017

A multi-million dollar renovation of Lefrak City is nearly complete and NY1 got a tour of the upgrades. The 70 million dollar project, which began back in 2012, is expected to be finished within the next couple of weeks.

A major revamp of the shared outdoor recreational facilities now feature a new resident-only pool, soccer field, as well as tennis and basketball courts.

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7/11/2017

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a weekly column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various NYC neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today, we're looking at apartments renting around $2,300/month.

Located on the second floor of a three-story rental building in Bed-Stuy, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is asking $2,295/month. The apartment features large, nearly floor-to-ceiling windows, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and two decorative fireplaces.

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