Neighborhood Guide

Long Island City



Newtown Creek to 36th Ave.; Northern Blvd./Queens Blvd./Van Dam St. to East River

Where Would You Live? Long Island City is the westernmost residential and commercial neighborhood in Queens.  High Rise full amenity buildings can be found along the waterfront and has become an attractive place for buyers looking for a great valued investment.

Neighborhood Features: Long Island City has a thriving arts community with MoMa PS1, The Fisher Landau Center for Art, and the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Museum.  Outdoor recreation includes Socrates Sculpture Park, City Ice Pavilion, and Water Taxi Beach; numerous schools including specialized high schools such as Baccalaureate School for Global Education and International High School at LaGuardia; dining and nightlife and conveniences such as delis, cleaners, supermarkets, etc.

Subway Stations

E, M and R to Queens Plaza; G, E and M to 21st Street/Ely Street; G to Court Square; 7 to Court Square

N,Q to 36th Ave.; N,Q to 39th Ave.; R,M to 36th St. ; 7,N,Q to Queensboro Plaza;  F to 21st S/Queensbridge; G to Court Sq.; 7 Court Sq.;  7 to Hunters Point Avenue; 7 to Vernon Blvd./Jackson Avenue; G to 21st

Long Island City Listings

Size Starting from Available Avg. $/Ft2 DOM
Studio $299.0K 110 $1,553 96
1 BR $365.0K 351 $1,485 72
2 BR $459.0K 239 $1,476 90
3 BR $571.0K 45 $1,423 101


Avg. Price/SqFt.

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