38 NOVEMBER 3, 2016 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM Ridgewood Times Renters Guide Listings selected at random. Courtesy MLSLI RIDGEWOOD 1-bedroom 481 Fairview Avenue $1,650 Lease available, one-month deposit Denise Grigorakos Douglas Elliman Real Estate 2-bedroom 1723 Stanhope Street $2,100 Updated bathrooms, parking available Carlos Parra Realty Executives Powerhouse 3-bedroom 60-08 Linden Street $2,200 Close to subway, heat & water included Teresa Jasinski Exit All Seasons Realty GLENDALE 1-bedroom 69-24 67th Street 2nd fl oor unit, heat & water included Gladys Martinez Keller Williams Realty Liberty 2-bedroom 73-23 69th Place $1,700 Renovated kitchen, shared yard Sonia Juran Kulesza Century 21 Amiable Realty Group II 3-bedroom 80-40 59th Street $2,300 1,200 sq. ft ., has balcony Teresa Jasinski Exit All Seasons Realty MASPETH 1-bedroom 60-79 56th Street $1,600 Fully renovated, pets allowed Malgorzata Pieniadz Realty By The Park 2-bedroom 60-60 60th Drive $2,500 Renovated duplex, outdoor deck Bartosz Olszewski Keller Williams Landmark II 3-bedroom 73-34 53rd Avenue $2,400 Newly renovated, 1-month security Mengjian Lin Century Homes Realty Group MIDDLE VILLAGE 1-bedroom 79-43 68th Road $1,700 Offi ce space, hardwood fl oors Malgorzata Pieniadz Realty By The Park 2-bedroom 57-45 74th Street $2,000 Condo sublet, hardwood fl oors Krystyna Dziedzic Exit All Seasons Realty 3-bedroom 79-00 58th Avenue $2,500 Duplex with 2 bathrooms Dianping Li Win Team Realty Inc REAL ESTATE How many billionaires would it take to buy Queens? BY ANGELA MATUA AMATUA@QNS.COM @ANGELAMATUA Real estate search engine PropertyShark answered an interesting question in their latest study: How many billionaires would it take to purchase each borough? To answer the question, researchers poured over Forbes’ World Billionaires List. They also multiplied the total number of residential units in a neighborhood (single- and two-family houses, condo and coop units) by the average sale price recorded in that neighborhood for the third quarter of 2016, resulting in an approximate value for said neighborhood. The study focused on Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. Queens was the cheapest of the three and the top three billionaires could purchase the entire borough for $192.5 billion. Who are the world’s top three billionaires? Bill Gates, Amancio Ortega and Warren Buff et. Gates, the founder of Microsoft , has a net worth of $75 billion, according to Forbes. Ortega, the founder of clothing company Zara, is a new addition on the list and is worth $67 billion. He knocked off Mexico’s Carlos Slim, who owns global conglomerate company Grupo Carso. Buff et, who is worth $60.8 billion, is the founder of conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway. The world’s top six billionaires could purchase Brooklyn for $245 billion and it would take the top 12 billionaires to put down approximately $578 billion to purchase Manhattan. Photos courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Sebastian Derungs and USA International Trade Administration Courtesy of PropertyShark Linden St. 59th Street 56th St. 74th St.
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