Long Island City Apartments, Rentals and Condos
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Long Island City Apartments and Neighborhood Info
Bounded by Newtown Creek to the south, 36th Avenue to the north, and stretching from the East River to New Calvary Cemetery, Long Island City is the largest neighborhood in Queens. It’s also one of the most rapidly gentrifying.
New and attractive residential buildings include L Haus. a modern 12-story, full-block site; Arris Lofts. a condominium development located in the former Eagle Electric factory; and The View at Eastcoast. an 18-story, amenity-filled residence that looks across the river to the United Nations.
The Long Island City economy is thriving – another selling point for young professionals and families. Among its many prestigious commercial entities, Long Island City is home to Silvercup Studios and the 658-foot Citigroup Building (the tallest building in New York City outside of Manhattan) and serves as headquarters of FreshDirect and JetBlue Airways .
An artist enclave, Long Island City boasts an impressive array of art and cultural institutions including MoMA PS1, Socrates Sculpture Park, SculptureCenter, the Noguchi Museum, and, up until its recent demolition, 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center. It’s also home to the Oracle Club, a gathering space for artists and writers, and the Obie-winning Chocolate Factory Theater.
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