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First of Three Towers at 28-10 Jackson Avenue Arrives on the Long Island City Skyline

Comments (4)
  1. Stan Chaz says:

    The article contains a good suggestion — to connect the various elevated train lines at Queensboro Plaza, with the various underground subway lines which run below, at Queens Plaza. This would be a benefit for all of Queens County commuters, not just LIC.

  2. HW tenant says:

    Heatherwood: where you can pay a lot of money for broken elevators, heat, gas leaks, construction noise and hazards, and suuuuupeer rude Long Island management.

  3. David says:

    Construction is everywhere in Long Island City, work hard work in progress for residential. (group of towers)

  4. knewman7 says:

    I disagree
    – Krystal

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