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Long Island City

At the intersection of artsy, historic, gritty, and contemporary is LIC. Historically linked to the manufacturing industry and serving as a transit hub, this waterfront community has evolved into a unique neighborhood that sees former factories renovated into hip loft-style living spaces alongside new tastefully designed residential developments. Warehouses and cultural institutions have been transformed into artistic spaces, and everyday amenities including a vibrant social scene are all a short walk away.

Who is the Neighborhood For?

You appreciate the close proximity to Manhattan and convenient accessibility via train, ferry or a brisk bridge walk or bike ride. Living among expats, creative professionals, and couples with young families who value an urban landscape with the amenities of a suburban life. A lover of old New York, stimulated by its history and inspired by a thriving cultural scene.

Things To Do

  • MoMA PS1
  • Socrates Sculpture Park
  • Independent Art Galleries
  • Waterfront Parks
  • Seasonal Farmer’s Markets
  • Restaurants
  • Breweries
  • State of the art Indoor Tennis Facility

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