The Long Island City waterfront is welcoming new residents. The luxury apartment tower 4610 Center Boulevard, a 26-story building which curves around the iconic Pepsi-Cola sign by the East River, has begun leasing apartments.
Calling all holiday shoppers and vendors – the LIC Flea & Food Market is here for another season. The newly-launched Long Island City market is opening indoors this December. Before opening day on December 7, the flea will be hosting a holiday party on December 5 to give everyone a sneak preview of the new, […]
TF Cornerstone officially opened its 50,000-square-foot amenity deck at 45-45 Center Boulevard, the 41-story rental tower on the Long Island City waterfront, now over 65 percent leased. Designed by award-winning architecture firm Arquitectonica, 45-45 Center Boulevard’s amenity deck is an expansive, landscaped terrace off the seventh floor. The deck features a real sand beach volleyball court, two tennis courts, a […]
The luxury real estate market in Long Island City is getting a little bigger. A 41-story waterfront tower at 45-45 Center Boulevard is taking applications for new residents. “Our newest tower has reinvented residential living along Long Island City’s waterfront,” said Sofia Estevez, executive vice-president of property owners TF Cornerstone. “45-45 Center Boulevard is a […]
Get ready, LIC. With just a month to go, organizers, Long Island City elected officials, Borough President Helen Marshall, community members and some vendors gathered to celebrate the announcement of LIC FLEA & FOOD. On Tuesday, Joshua Schneps LIC FLEA & FOOD president, introduced the community to what LIC FLEA & FOOD has to offer: […]
A new outdoor market overlooking the Midtown Manhattan skyline will be coming to Long Island City this June, bringing the community the best in food vendors, antiques, collectibles, art, crafts, fashion and much more. Located in a 24,000-square-foot lot at the corner of 5th Street and 46th Avenue, LIC FLEA & FOOD will operate every […]
Strollers are becoming a more familiar sight along the Long Island City waterfront. But they are not the only sign that more families are moving to the area. Increased demand for three-bedroom apartments, especially in the new residential buildings along the LIC waterfront, also reflects the changing demographic. “We are definitely seeing more people looking […]