With the highest concentration of artistic institutions in NYC,
Long Island City is a popular neighborhood for artists to live in.
The neighborhood is about 50% more densely-populated than New York
but is filled with a mix of both residential and commercial-use
buildings. Due to it's it's convenient location, residents in the
neighborhood have extremely easy access to Manhattan and thus
attracts many white collar execs looking to make this up-and-coming
neighborhood their home.
Apartment buildings in this area are generally comprised of
smaller to mid-rise buildings, although some larger apartment
buildings are in construction or under development.
Neighborhood: Long Island City, Queens
Population Density: About 50% more densely-populated than New York as
a whole, and about as
densely populated as Brooklyn in the aggregate. LIC encompasses a
large land area and thus has a mix of residential and
Astoria, Sunnyside, Woodside
Long Island City Apartments
Penthouse808 Rooftop and Lic Market are some of the restaurants in the area. The area has a number of food options, including Panini Tozt Cafe, Dunkin' Donuts, and The Baroness Bar + Kitchen. These are located within 215 yards.