Welcome to Long Island City
WHAT TO EXPECT
An energetic yet approachable neighborhood to live, work, and play in.
Well-balanced with a post-college town vibe. Shopping stretches like Jackson Ave. and staples like MoMA PS1 and Socrates Sculpture Garden provide entertainment options for both indoors and out.
WHAT NOT TO EXPECT
A neighborhood with a classic-NYC feel, or want easy access to a bustling night and weekend scene.
Luxury high-rise co-ops and rentals at prices comparable to walk-up buildings in Manhattan.
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
Clean-lined architecture and serene public spaces that feel modern and sleek, but still charmingly under the radar.
LOCATED IN QUEENS, NYC
Around the Block
Long island city:
State of the art living with a classic view.
Long Island City was once a bustling, self-contained town in and of itself: iconic signs for Pepsi-Cola beverages and Swingline bakeries harken back to a time when LIC was best known for industrial commerce and production. Many of those brands have since departed, and their legacies have been replaced with new landmarks of an up-and-coming cultural scene that has steadily developed in recent years.