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Registration opens for 8th annual LIC Waterfront 5K community run in June

Feb. 3, 2023 By Bill Parry The Hunter Point Parks Conservancy (HPPC) announced it will host one of its signature events, the LIC Waterfront 5K, on Saturday, June 3 giving runners and walkers four months to get in shape. The 8th annual running is a rain-or-shine event that sold out last year with more than… Read more »

Market Rate Units in Gotham Point’s North Tower on LIC Waterfront Hit The Market

Jan. 30, 2023 By Michael Dorgan The Gotham Organization has announced that it has started leasing market-rate units in the largest of its two residential towers that have recently gone up on the Long Island City waterfront. The building, a 56-story complex known as the North Tower, forms part of the Gotham Point development and… Read more »

New Offshore Wind Site Acquired to Cleanly Power Ravenswood Generating Station

Offshore Wind Site Acquired to Cleanly Power Ravenswood Generating Station

Jan. 26, 2023 By Michael Dorgan, with additional reporting by Paul Frangipane The plan to transform the Ravenswood Generating Station into a clean energy hub has taken a big step forward with its operators announcing that they have acquired an offshore wind site to deliver power to the plant. Representatives of Rise Light & Power,… Read more »

Free Family Fun Day and Summer Camp Fair to Take Place in LIC Saturday

Jan. 25, 2023 By Michael Dorgan A family fun day will take place in Long Island City Saturday where parents will also get a chance to learn about upcoming children’s summer camps. The free event will take place from noon to 3 p.m. inside the Plaxall Gallery, located at 5-46 46th Ave., and a host… Read more »

City Council Rejects Rezoning Application for Auto Dealership on Northern Boulevard

Jan. 24, 2023 By Christian Murray The city council rejected a rezoning application last week where the owners of a Northern Boulevard site in Woodside planned to build an auto-dealership. The application, where the developers sought to demolish an abandoned restaurant and build a 2-story Lincoln showroom, was voted down after it came under harsh… Read more »