NEWS & PRESS

  • 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 ...

  • The LIC Market Review

    LIC Market is a delightful Brooklynish bistro housed in the heart of LIC, serving splendid casual New American fare. Fresh flavors are the name of the game here where their produce is generally sourced locally and menu is seasonally inspired. ...

  • Obsidian Analysis Takes 15,953 SF at 1776 Eye St.

    WASHINGTON, DC-Rockrose Development has signed a tenant for 1776 Eye St., a building that has recently undergone a major design upgrade. The tenant isObsidian Analysis and the lease is for 15,953 square feet. But Rockrose says it isn't done yet. ...

  • Queen of Hearts

    Please see article attached where the Post outlines the many great amenity rich buildings that are in Long Island City. People are making it their new home because of all the in building perks as well as the neighborhood offerings. ...

  • Long Island City is a Rising Star in Real Estate

    When Eric Benaim began brokering apartments in Long Island City, back in 2006, convincing people to move there required imagination. "I had to paint a picture of what this neighborhood would eventually be like," he says, recalling how desolate it ...

  • Newest link in the M. Wells chain shines in LIC

    They could have gone anywhere, after the adulation their previous ventures received, but Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis stayed loyal to Queens. Their original rundown diner may have been just what they were looking for at the time. Their next ...

  • More than just a Steakhouse

    Please read attached article of Boro Magazine's glowing review of M. Wells steakhouse, by Bradley Hawks.

  • M.Wells

    M. Wells Steakhouse now open in Long Island City.

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