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Renderings revealed for PMG’s Queens Plaza South site

New renderings of Property Markets Group’s Long Island City apartments at 1 QPS Tower reveal a gleaming skyscraper that will soon soar over the in-demand neighborhood. Upon completion in 2017, the 340,000-square-foot, 44-story building will be home to 391 luxury residences, as well as retail venues on the ground floor, two stories of office space, and onsite parking.

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You Can Watch Shia LaBeouf’s Art Project For the Next Four Years Instead of the News

In the midst of the new wave of Long Island City apartments, a movement is growing. The Museum of the Moving Image in Queens has become the latest haven for political art in New York, with actor Shia LaBeouf teaming up with artists Nastja Sade Ronkko and Luke Turner to create HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US. The participation-focused video art installation invites passersby to repeat the piece’s title/mantra into a camera that will livestream for the next four years

Queens Hit ‘Top To Bottom’ By New Mural Project In L.I.C.

While Manhattan’s Upper East Side may be the city’s most museum-rich neighborhood, Long Island City holds the crown when it comes to public art. The latest wave of Long Island City apartments, including the luxury residences of 1 QPS Tower, are complemented by projects like Top to Bottom, a new mural by more than 50 artists that is creating visual dynamism at the former home of street art mecca 5 Pointz

These Queens neighborhoods are among the most ‘in-demand’ in NYC’s real estate market

Long Island City is officially one of New York City’s hottest neighborhoods, according to PropertyShark. The Queens enclave has been touted as the city’s next big thing by the city’s top real estate professionals, thanks to new developments like the Long Island City apartments at 1 QPS Tower, which blend reasonable real estate prices, convenience, and amenities.

Two Boots, Vanessa’s Dumpling House to Open in LIC’s The Factory

Foodies now have added incentive to choose a Long Island City apartment, thanks to the latest wave of popular eateries moving into the neighborhood. Pizza chain Two Boots, which began cranking out its creative pies on the Lower East Side in the 1980s, has found its latest home in The Factory, a Long Island City office space and food hall where the Two Boots company will also house its offices. Vanessa’s Dumpling House, a Chinatown hot spot with outposts in Union Square and Williamsburg, Papillon Bistro & Bar, and the caffeine destination Coffeed have also opted to call the building home.

Long Island City’s rapid development captured in before and after photos

2016 Long Island City’s increasing popularity has paved the way for a crop of new residential and commercial construction projects that are changing the shape of this Queens neighborhood. The Long Island City apartments at 1 QPS Tower are among the neighborhood’s most anticipated new developments, with stunning amenity-rich, no-fee rentals hitting the market in January 2017.

Renting an Experience in Long Island City

Long Island City apartments are becoming the city’s latest coveted real estate accessories. Not only do luxury LIC residences come with significantly lower price tags than comparable apartments in Manhattan and Brooklyn, but many include expansive outdoor spaces and amenities that are unlikely to be found in other popular enclaves. The neighborhood’s convenient location, large residences, and reasonable rents are wooing even the most sophisticated Manhattanites to new homes like the Property Markets Group-developed 1 QPS Tower, which, among other things, features a massive rooftop pool and surrounding deck.