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  • Lonely Planet Names Queens The Top U.S. Destination To Visit In 2015

    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Forget Brooklyn and Manhattan. The Lonely Planet has declared Queens the number one place in the U.S. to visit next year. "With microbreweries springing up, new boutique hotels, a reinvented seaside at Rockaway, a world-class art ...

  • Lincoln Square gets a new owner — and a new lease on life

    Latham & Watkins LLP has signed on for another 15 years at Lincoln Square, a roughly 422,400-square-foot trophy building near Metro Center, but it won't be paying another dime in rent to the company that has owned 555 111th St. ...

  • Inside the LOT LIC Music & Film Series

    Watch below as Stacey Bell from NBC New York interviews Petrit Pula, the producer for The LOT LIC Music & Film Series. 

  • Rockrose’s jumbo rental building in Court Square fully leased

    Rockrose Development's Linc LIC — the 709-unit, 42-story rental in Long Island City — is fully leased. It's the first building of this scale to be fully leased in the area, Rockrose President Justin Elghanayan told The Real Deal. It ...

  • Lot LIC film, music event on tap

    Part of the downtown music scene will move from Manhattan to a spot of land in Long Island City starting next month. Petrit Pula, founder of the Brasil Summerfest, is producing The LOT LIC Music & Film Series that kicks ...

  • Rockrose Files Permits for 43-22 Queens Street

    The first permits are up for another major residential development in Long Island City at 43-22 Queens Street, in Court Square, which is the site of the former Eagle Electric building. Rockrose is developing, and SLCE is the architect of ...

  • Rockrose Prepares for LIC Music and Film Series

    Two festival producers with years of experience are joining with M. Wells Steakhouse to bring music, film and food to an empty lot next to the chop house on fifteen nights during what organizers are calling “The Lot LIC Music ...

  • Inside a To-Be-Converted Long Island City Warehouse

    A tide of residential development continues to wash over Long Island City. In the past year, it has reached into the furthest depths of this former industrial stronghold, pushing east of Jackson Avenue to the very edge of the Sunnyside ...

  • At M. Wells Steakhouse in LIC, Too Much is Just Enough

    At some point during the nearly 30 minutes spent waiting for a repeat order ofHugue Dufour's gargantuan foie gras-stuffed gnocchi, the diners in my party realized we were reaching our limit. Bulbous and burnished, the mashed potato filling surrounding creamy liver ...

  • LIC tower lands gourmet grocer

    Just days before the first tenants are scheduled to move into the 42-story, 709-unit residential tower known as Linc LIC in Long Island City, Queens, owner Rockrose Development has nabbed a gourmet ground-floor tenant. Food Cellar, a natural-foods supermarket based ...

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