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Long Island City, Queens | 45th Ave & 45th Road
15 Rooms5 Beds3 Baths3,419 Square FeetMulti-Family

floors / apts2 / 2
Lot Size25'x90'
Built Size25'x47'
Building TypeHouse
RE Taxes$7,227
Price Per SF

Outdoor space and views

  • Backyard

Property Description

Amazing opportunity to own one of the last freestanding townhouses in the Court Square section of Long Island City. Close to the new Trader Joes, the Court Square Diner and MOMA PS1. Close to the Court Square subway station (EMG7 lines) Also close to the anticipated locations of the new Target and the Life Science Center at 43ten. Building is 25x47 and lots is 25x90. FAR2 as is built 1.52. Current Zoning M1-M4/R6B RE taxes 7192.89 Shown by appt.

Listing History

Initial Price by Terrence Greene
POM by Mary Beth McGill
Modern Spaces, LLC

Building Details

Building TypeHouse
Year Built1901
Learn More About the Building

Transit and Citi Bike


Court Sq
0.03 miles
Court Sq-23 St
0.09 miles
21 St
0.28 miles
Hunters Point Av
0.35 miles
Queensboro Plaza
0.39 miles


Hunterspoint AvenueLong Island Rail Road
0.3 miles

Citi Bike

45 Ave & 21 St
0.12 miles
44 Dr & Jackson Ave
0.13 miles

Long Island City | Queens

Quick Profile

Long Island City, the name does sound a little far away, like it requires a lengthy drive to get to. Think, again. Long Island City, also known as LIC, is nestled in the western corner of Queens along the East River. Midtown Manhattan is closer to Long Island City than it is to downtown Manhattan.

 LIC is bordered by Sunnyside to the east, the East River to the west, Astoria to the north, and Newton Creek which separates Queens from Greenpoint Brooklyn to the south. 

 A once-shabby manufacturing epicenter, the neighborhood is a mix of industrial, commercial and residential. In recent years it’s seen a rise in some seriously cool factors. Populated by young professionals, multi-ethnic immigrants, and hipsters, LIC has a happening nightlife scene, fantastic restaurants (some of them Michelin starred), art museums and galleries. Much of the waterfront access has been redeveloped into sustainable public green spaces with modern design.  

 Although much of the industrial / manufacturing companies have since left LIC, many still reside there. They tend to co-exist with new residential building development the same way they do in other neighborhoods like Williamsburg and Greenpoint.

 Office building developers and business tenants play a vital role in LIC too. It’s considered New York City’s fourth central business district next to Midtown, downtown Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn.

 As you traverse the streets of LIC, you’ll notice the change from block to block. Industrial warehouses on one block, a bustling Main Street, followed by a park block with sleek luxury high-rise buildings. It’s all part of the LIC vibe.

 For a small neighborhood, the transportation links are excellent. For starters, you just can’t beat living one subway stop from Manhattan (7 train). Other train lines include E, M, R, N, Q, and the G lines. There are also less conventional methods of transportation like the NYC Ferry, which offers three ferry landings. There is no shortage of CitiBike’s in LIC either. Many folks commute to work by way of cycling over the Queensboro Bridge.

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OLR ID: 71637TH