Classic Cars return to Bay Terrace

This summer, Cord Meyer Development will host a series of classic car shows at the Bay Terrace Shopping Center, located at 212-45 26th Ave. in Bayside, featuring Jackie DeLuca and the Queens Classic Car Club. Shows will run every other Tuesday, beginning May 24, from 5 – 9 p.m., through August 30, with rain dates reserved for Tuesdays in-between the eight events.

All classic and vintage cars are welcome to participate. Admission is free and open to the public.

“We are thrilled to welcome back this enjoyable, family-friendly event,” Cord Meyer Development Vice President Controller Joe Forgione said in a release. “The Bay Terrace Shopping Center is the heart of the community and has so much to offer, including great casual dining options. It’s the perfect place for a car show and we look forward to presenting other events in the months to come while meeting the needs of our neighbors in Bay Terrace and beyond.”

Each event will also feature a 50/50 raffle, with all proceeds going to St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital, and live musical performances.

To kick off the festivities, on May 24, the Lisa Polizzi Band will perform popular covers, from soul to country to rock.

Founded in 2013, the Queens Classic Car Club is dedicated to promoting the classic car hobby and educating the public on the historical significance of automobiles of the past. For more information visit The Bay Terrace Car Show group on Facebook.

Cord Meyer is a premier developer, owner, and operator of high-quality retail, commercial, and residential properties in Queens and the surrounding metropolitan area, including its historic Bay Terrace property. Developed from a Meyer family farm, the Bay Terrace Shopping Center has grown with and served the community for more than 60 years. To find out more about the Cord Meyer Development Company, visit

2022 New York International Auto Show highlights electric vehicles

The annual New York International Auto Show returned to the Javits Center in Midtown for the first time in two years, with a showcase featuring close to one thousand different vehicles and exhibitors on display.

For the first time ever the auto show also included a section dedicated exclusively to micro-mobility, featuring a range of different electric bikes and scooters from companies such as Jetson, Jupiter Bike, Radio Flyer, Spark Cycleworks, and Veo Ride.

Electric cars were a major focal point of this year’s exhibition, shedding light on the many different ways car companies are breaking from the dependency on fossil fuels. One exhibit even included an indoor test track, giving people a chance to take a ride in one of several new EV model cars.

The auto show also served as a platform for major car manufacturers to debut several soon-to-be-released 2023 models of vehicles including the Hyundai Palisade, Jeep Wagoneer, Kia Telluride, Kia Niro, Nissan Leaf, Nissan Pathfinder, Subaru Outback, VinFast, and Volkswagen ID. Buzz – a tribute to the classic microbus.

The two-week-long auto show also featured a variety of vintage cars dating as far back as 1909. Included among them were Mario Andretti’s formula-one racecar, and Elvis Presley’s 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II.

Another interesting highlight was variety of different concept models vehicles, such as the Toyota Rhombus, Chrysler Airflow Graphite, Deus Vayanne, and Genesis X Spedium.

Strangely missing from this year’s event were new vehicles from Honda and Mazda manufacturers.

To see more of the vehicles and different exhibits at the 2022 New York International Auto Show, visit

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