• 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.

  • Food Cellar to Open a Second Location

    Rockrose Development has signed upscale grocery store Food Cellar to a 12,500-square-foot space on the ground floor of its 42-story tower Linc LIC in Long Island City, Brownstoner reported.

  • Rockrose Completes 709 unit Complex

    Nov. 25, By Christian Murray Rockrose Development cut the ribbon Monday on the latest luxury apartment tower to be completed in the Court Square area of Long Island City. The real estate giant, which has some ambitious plans for the ...

  • Fox 5 News Tours Linc LIC

    Click on the Fox 5 News clip to see the news anchors discuss with an associate broker the luxury rental market. Justin Elghanayan introduces Rockrose's newest building in Long Island City, Linc LIC. They tour the building and explore the apartments and ...

  • Rockrose‚Äôs Linc LIC offers a taste of luxury

    The Rockrose Development Corporation is bringing luxury to Long Island City with the first building in a brand new residential complex that offers breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline and a world full of unique amenities. Rockrose is a real ...

  • Go Long, Long Island City Is Having A Moment

    Rockroses own Justin Elghanayan is interviewed by The New York Observer on the new growth and residential boom in Long Island City. He highlights reasons for developing the area as being rich in cultural institutions, and a major transportation hub. ...

  • Rockrose Celebrates The Revolutionary Transformation Of 1776 Eye Street

    New Owner Hosts an American Whiskey Tasting at the Property to Showcase Dramatic Multi-Million-Dollar Renovation Rockrose Development Corp. celebrated the completion of its major, multi-million-dollar capital improvement project at 1776 Eye Street NW with a "standing room only" American whiskey ...


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