New York Post:
By contrast, the developer of Jackson Heights, Edward A. MacDougall, opted for apartment buildings — some of the very first co-ops in the city — built around manicured courtyards intended for residents only. A 10-building complex named Linden Court, surrounding a meticulously landscaped space, opened in 1919. It was followed by other evocatively named structures — Hampton Court, the Chateau and Spanish Gardens among them — which gave Jackson Heights a civilized, tranquil vibe that exists to this day. A jazzily renovated one-bedroom in Linden Court is currently asking $398,500 with CORE.
Curbed NY Feature:
This colorful Jackson Heights co-op is asking a mere $398,500. The one-bedroom abode is a floor-through unit that encompasses 800 square feet and boasts a renovated eat-in kitchen, a walk-in closet, and oversized windows that give view to the building’s private courtyard. Monthly maintenance is $408.