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In the northwestern corner of Queens in New York City, Astoria has hosted immigrants from around the world, including large groups of people from Greece, Italy, Albania, Brazil, Colombia, Croatia, Ecuador, Egypt, India, Mexico, Montenegro and Pakistan. The area was originally called Hallet’s Cove after William Hallet settled there in the late 1650s. The name was changed to Astoria in honor of the world’s wealthiest man during the late 1700s, John Jacob Astor, who invested money in the area.

Population: 100000
Local Newspapers: New York Times
Local Sports Teams: New York Sports Teams
Local Colleges: New York Area Colleges

Zip Codes associated with astoria, new york: 11101 11102 11103 11104 11105 11106
Towns/Cities near astoria, new york : Hunters Point Jackson Heights East Elmhurst Corona Manhattan East Harlem

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Drivers may pay $11.52 to enter Manhattan's peak traffic crush

A 2008 file photo shows traffic backed up at the approach to the Triboro bridge in the Astoria neighborhood of Queens, New York. A 2008 file photo shows traffic backed up at the approach to the Triboro bridge in the Astoria neighborhood of Queens, New York.

These were the biggest Q4 deals in Queens

Clockwise from top left: 31-07 20th Avenue, 97-25 64th Avenue, 711 Seagirt Avenue and rendering of 131-01 39th Avenue Astoria and Long Island City might be the darlings of the Queens real estate market, but they were fairly quiet at the end of the year. Instead, the Rockaways took the top spot on the list of the largest Queens deals in the fourth quarter with Treetop Development 's $135 million purchase of 711 Seagirt Avenue, according to data from Real Capital Analytics .

2018 Philip K. Dick Sci-Fi Film Festival Returns with Armand Assante & More

We have film down to a Science at The 2018 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival, which announced today the full lineup of critically acclaimed films, exclusive premieres, panel discussions and virtual reality installations. The electrifying sixth annual event will feature appearances by show business heavyweights Armand Assante, Charles Baker, Vincent Pastore, Tom Sizemore, Melvin Van Peebles, Chuck Zito and more special guests.

Heroin(e) Gained Cinema Eye nomination; Lost to 'Rabbit Hunt'

The 2018 edition was presented at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, New York. This years awards ceremony took place Jan. 11. The Huntington based "Heroin " was a nominee in the short nonfiction category: Patrick Bresnan's The Rabbit Hunt won the award for Outstanding Nonfiction Short, while Ryan White's The Keepers took the prize for Outstanding Nonfiction Filmmaking for Broadcast or Streaming.

Neighborhood Joint: The Sandwich King of Astoria

It's early morning, but Sal, Kris & Charlie's Deli, a small shop in Astoria, Queens, which specializes in supersize sandwiches, is full of customers with lunch on their minds. The deli, set between a laundry and a private house in the shadow of the Amtrak overpass near the Astoria- Ditmars Boulevard subway station, announces itself only with an awning the color of a bluebird's wings.

Home sale prices continue to see year-over-year growth in Brooklyn and Queens

Clockwise from bottom left: 325 Pacific Street in Brooklyn, 500 Waverly in Brooklyn, 79-15 35th Avenue in Queens and 46-30 Center Boulevard in Queens The median sales price in Brooklyn hit $770,000 in the fourth quarter of 2017, a 2.7 percent increase from the fourth quarter of 2016, according to a new report from Douglas Elliman . The number of sales rose as well, increasing by 1.7 percent to 2,627.

Rapid Realty franchisees ready for a mutiny

Nine owners of Rapid Realty franchises want to tear up their agreements with the company, claiming founder Anthony Lolli is a con artist pushing a deceptive business model on people lured in by the firm's rags-to-riches promises. Rapid , which Lolli launched in 1998 , is selling franchises despite the fact that his company's registration with the New York State Attorney General's office expired nearly two years ago, according to a lawsuit nine franchisees plan to file with AG Eric Schneiderman 's office.

PHOTOS: Today in history - January 10

A Volkswagen Beetle with a mouse design which belongs to an exterminating company in Tokyo, Japan shown around Jan. 10, 1972. The design was put on the vehicle to match the local zodiac year.

Fox N Hare restaurant-brewery owners at home in Port Jervis Updated at

PORT JERVIS - New Fox N Hare restaurant-brewery owners Sean Donnelly and David Krantz have a message for frazzled Big Apple-goers.

'Bomb cyclone' turns NYC into a commuting nightmare

Winter Storm Grayson threw travelers and commuters off track Thursday, leaving some stranded or rushing to escape as the violent "bomb cyclone" set upon the city . Nationwide, airports so far have canceled more than 3,000 flights, in addition to 558 canceled Wednesday, according to FlightAware , an online tracking service.

Prime Group Holdings Acquires Queens, NY, Self-Storage Facility for $94M

Prime Group Holdings, a New York-based real estate group that owns self-storage and other real estate interests, has acquired a storage facility from Madison Development LLC in the Astoria neighborhood of Queens, N.Y., for $94 million. The 173,990-square-foot property at 31-07 20th Ave. will be rebranded under the Prime Storage Group name, according to a source.

12 hurt, 1 seriously, in Bronx fire

The Fire Department of New York says 12 people are hurt, one seriously, in a fire raging through a Bronx building. Fire officials say they responded to the blaze at a four-story building near the Bronx Zoo in Van Nest at about 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Jan. 2: Fire deaths, Puerto Rico and teething

Woodside: How we all had wished that in 2017, the low level of New York's crime rate unseen since 1950s would have been also matched by the lowest fire related fatalities in the city, sadly not. The devastating fire that engulfed a 101 year old Bronx building claiming 12 lives, including four children is heartbreaking.

P&G plant is long closed, but retirees share a bond that lasts forever

It was Nov. 15, a Friday, when Harty and four other managers locked the main gates at the P&G factory in Port Ivory for the last time. The sprawling 130-acre manufacturing plant on Staten Island's west shore, which produced Crisco oil, Duncan Hines cake mix, Tide detergent and the company's signature product, Ivory Soap, was closing for good after 84 years of operation.

From bombs to ball drops, the history of New Year's Eve in Times Square

On Dec. 31, 1904, when Big Apple revelers rang in the new year with a literal bang - a dynamite blast from the top of One Times Square, then newly owned by The New York Times - fiery ashes rained down on the crowd, eventually prompting the NYPD to ban explosives and pushing the paper to create a crowd-pleaser with less potential for disaster. The publisher's idea: Lower a massive glowing ball down a flagpole to kick off the champagne-fueled countdown instead.

F.Y.I.: The Ghosts of Parties Past

A. That all depends on your taste, of course: the city's history is filled with legendary parties, from Gilded Age opulence to its quaalude-fueled orgies during the disco era. On the lavish end of the scale, there are events like the 1897 Bradley-Martin Ball , a 28-course dinner for which the Waldorf Astoria was turned into the Palace of Versailles and guests dressed as historical figures.

Saratoga Springs firm pays $94M for Astoria self-storage site

Saratoga Springs-based Prime Storage Group made its second big bet on the New York City self-storage market in two months, buying 31-07 20th Avenue in Astoria for $94 million. Madison Development, which developed the 173,990-square-foot building, is the seller along with a Prudential Financial fund.

'A Slap in the Face': Pick of White Man to Lead Council Draws Fire

For months, black political leaders watched the bare-knuckled, back-room race to lead the New York City Council with a mix of hope and trepidation. Five of the eight candidates were black or Hispanic - offering the prospect of a first black speaker - but two of the most prominent front-runners were white men.

Storage Wars at Queens Condo Building

A group of Astoria condominium owners says a cluster of apartments converted into unlawful storage units has turned their building into a fire trap. Chris Glorioso reports.

Robbers posing as UPS workers shoot man in the leg

Two robbers posed as UPS deliverymen Thursday to bust into a Queens man's apartment and then shot him once in one leg, police said. The two men showed up at a building on 24th St. near 24th Ave. in Astoria at around 10 a.m. They claimed they worked for the delivery company.

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