Located on the western edge of Queens, across the East River from Manhattan, Long Island has the fastest growing urban neighborhood. With its jaw-dropping perspective of the Skyline and the influx of energy coming into the city with the community’s creative and sophisticated vibe and funky art spaces, and affordable residential construction.
Though it was once an industrial space for warehouses and taxi depots. It upscaled into glassy developments. It offers various breweries, restaurants, shops, green spaces, remarkable views of Manhattan from the East River, and excellent accessibility with the train lines.
In the heart of Long Island City is MoMA’s contemporary-focused PS1 museum, several popular galleries such as Dorksy Gallery, Sculpture Center, Noguchi Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park, Museum of the Moving Image, and many more. You could actually spend an entire day wandering from gallery to gallery.
Homeless Penthouse brings you a glimpse of Long Island City’s Waterfront; watch and enjoy the sweeping views of the Skyline.