Jackson Park is conveniently located within one of New York City’s biggest transportation hubs, with eight subway lines converging with easy car access, buses, the LIRR and more
Long Island City is New York’s fastest changing and most centrally located neighborhood. Its recent growth has opened the door to a vibrant mix of things to see, do, eat and drink. One of the most highly accessible transportation hubs, Long Island City is a neighborhood where subway lines, highways, tunnels, bridges and ferries converge.
Long Island City is home to an eclectic mix of dining options that range from top notch burger joints to the only Michelin-starred Mexican restaurant in the city of New York.
Rich in cultural diversity and home to a large community of artists, Long Island City is packed with museums, theaters and art spaces, including MoMA PS1, one of the largest contemporary art institutions in the country.
The Long Island City waterfront boasts breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. The waterfront is also home to two major parks and a plethora of restaurants, making it an ideal destination to settle in and take in the view.