Long Island City

Once known for its rich Dutch history and manufacturing prowess, this industrial pocket of Long Island City Queens is now one of New York City’s most flourishing residential neighborhoods. Returning to its artisanal roots, LIC has undergone a transformation over the past few decades with an influx of artists, culinary entrepreneurs, and businesses. The Long Island City of today offers a balanced, refined lifestyle.

View of Manhattan form Hunter's Point Park
Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge Bike Path
Queensboro Plaza Subway Station entrance
MoMA PS1 Institute for Contemporary Art
Biker at Queensboro Bridge Greenway park
Park greenery near Aurora building
Boy riding a scooter around the fountain at Court Square Park
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Bordered by a picturesque waterfront and unmatched views of the Manhattan skyline, LIC affords a convenient, elevated lifestyle. Aurora’s proximity to parks, restaurants, nightlife, and transportation, offer a dynamic residential experience at the heart of a vivacious Long Island City. Aurora is just one block from the E, M, and R trains and three blocks away from the N, Q, and 7 trains, with service to Midtown in less than 10 minutes.

View of Manhattan from Hunter's Point Boardwalk
JetBlue building street view
Long Island City Bar street view
Coffee Shop Tattoos on 32nd St near the Aurora building
Queens and Paupers diner and bar on Queens Plz S
Cafe and Bar near Aurora Building
Woobines pub street view at night
The Baroness Burger Bar and Kitchen on 25th St
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