L.I.C. ICE: A NEW ICE RINK OPENS IN HUNTERS POINT

What lurks behind these walls?

What lurks behind these walls?

Last week we uncovered a stealth restaurant, this week we bring you news of a new indoor ice rink in Hunters Point.  Hidden among the dichotomy of 46th Road, in a two-story red brick building just east of Vernon Boulevard, L.I.C.-ICE has been operating for about a month.  As pictured above, it’s a long and very narrow rink whose main focus is youth hockey training.  Per the “Street View” on Google, they added a second story and did a gut rehab to transform it.  Above the ice is a large conditioning room.

Just don’t go looking for a sign on the building advertising the rinks existence, so my thanks to Ms. Rory Poppins for the heads-up. Keep-em coming.

L.I.C.-ICEtwenty years from now Long Island City will be the birthplace of many an NHL goalie

10-12 46th Roadsee the former space

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2 thoughts on “L.I.C. ICE: A NEW ICE RINK OPENS IN HUNTERS POINT

  1. […] are offering a terrific “Intro to Hockey” program this winter at LIC ICE.  This is a mini-rink that opened in March and is tucked away on 46th Road just east of Vernon Blvd.  It’s an 8-session season with two […]

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