New York Times, March 17, 2016

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.  Read Full Article