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About 28-10 Jackson Ave Queens, NY 11101
Make Long Island City your new home after seeing this 2 Bedroom apartment at Newly Developed Luxury High-rise! This unit features a open kitchen with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, granite counter top. The living room is a great space, perfect for entertaining your guest or just lounging around on the couch watching television or reading a book. Both bedrooms can easily accommodate a full to queen size bed, plus additional furniture Tons of closets for storage, whitedesert oak flooring, marble bathroom, live in super, an in-unit washer/dryer, floor-to-ceiling windows, solar shades, LED lighting and walking distance to the train makes this place a must see!
Long Island City’s extra-wide roadways lend the neighborhood a sprawling and somewhat barren feel. Look beyond its expansive avenues and you’ll be astounded by the top-notch public works adorning the fences, walls, and sidings of Long Island City’s warehouses and factory buildings. Galleries and show spaces in this Queens neighborhood have attracted artists in large quantities, and this once industrial hub now showcases their creative and colorful talents.
Hunters Point sits on the south end of Long Island City in New York City's Queens borough. The small waterfront neighborhood also houses a historic district with row homes from the 19th century. The neighborhood attracts new residents due to its convenient location and beautiful waterfront properties. Views from Hunters Point overlook the East River into downtown Manhattan and several high-rise apartment buildings provide panoramic views of the river and city. The amazing view of the New York City skyline from Hunters Point cannot be compared and remains a main reason people move to the neighborhood.
Working professionals in Manhattan living in Hunters Point have a very short commute distance of only 6.4 miles, averaging 24 minutes one way. Many major roadways can be found in and around the neighborhood, as well as access to several metro lines in and out of Manhattan and surrounding boroughs.