ARE you ready for something completely new Long Island City? A vinyl-inspired cocktail lounge called ‘The Record Room’ is coming to 47-09 Center Boulevard, the former home of Baked Culture.[Read more…] about Vinyl-Inspired Lounge ‘The Record Room’ Is Coming to LIC
October In Long Island City Brings Forth Another Suggestion
OCTOBER has arrived in Long Island City, and if it feels a little strange around here this time of year it might have something to do with the Yankees, Mets, Giants AND Jets all still being in contention?!?[Read more…] about October In Long Island City Brings Forth Another Suggestion
The Best Real Estate Deal In Long Island City
I CANNOT BE EMPHATIC ENOUGH, for those who qualify the affordable housing lottery at 52-03 Center Boulevard is the best real estate deal in
LIC NYC! If you need further proof take a look at an article in this weekend’s New York Times titled “Exploring Affordable Housing Options In Brooklyn & Queens. Which Home Would You Choose?” In it a couple from Brooklyn explore three affordable options and then have a bake-off. Which option did they choose?
Is There A Bubble In Bubble Tea LIC?
MOGE Tee has opened a new location at 46-30 Center Boulevard in Long Island City, and for the time being advertises 20% off during their soft opening. Offerings include Cheese Foam Tea, Fresh Fruit Yakult, Uji Matcha, Tofu Pudding, Dorayaki, and Souffle’s.[Read more…] about Is There A Bubble In Bubble Tea LIC?
Flooding, Shooting & Rents In Long Island City
FLOODING, shooting, the plagues are upon us in LIC. Pestilence anyone? No, that’s been temporarily superseded by Gamestop this week.1 Yet the real story for the large majority of residents is the increasing evidence of significant rent reductions here in Long Island City. According to a recent report by real estate firm MNS, rents here are down 14.42% year over year. Of course readers of LICtalk won’t find this overly surprising, as that’s the exact percentage we predicted back in May.[Read more…] about Flooding, Shooting & Rents In Long Island City
- requisite mention for all journalists this week, and if you don’t know, don’t bother [↩]