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Real Estate Celebrity to Bring Halloween Bash to LIC Waterfront

Photo: Hunters Point Parks Conservancy

Oct. 22, 2019 By Allie Griffin

Update: Due to inclement weather, the event below has been rescheduled to Wednesday, Oct. 30 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The LIC Landing in Hunters Point South Park will be converted into a spooky event space Sunday for a family-friendly Halloween bash hosted by celebrity real estate agent Ryan Serhant and his Nest Seekers International LIC team.

Party-goers can enter a costume contest for children, play family games, decorate pumpkins and jam out to a DJ on Sunday, Oct 27 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Treats, food and drinks will also be available for free for those attending..

The free event is hosted by The Serhant Team for its new neighbors in Long Island City neighbors.

The real estate team, lead by Ryan Serhant of Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York,” branched into Long Island City in July with the launch of the “Hero,” a 109-unit condo development at 21-16 Queens Plaza South.

Photo: Ryan Serhant Instagram

The development is already under construction and in the sales cycle, according to Lani Gedeon-Mora, a real estate salesperson on the team. The team also has another upcoming 71-unit development project at 22-43 Jackson Ave, which will be called the “Prime.”

The Serhant Team will be opening an office in Long Island City in the new year and the Halloween bash is a chance to celebrate the LIC community and the launch of the team there, Gedeon-Mora said.

“We are hosting a Halloween event really for families in the area of Long Island City, so it’s really geared towards parents and kids. It’s also to kind of launch our team in Long Island City,” Gedeon-Mora said.

Those who would like to join the party can RSVP by e-mailing [email protected].

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Leave it to the trash producing “Landing” that beer/wine/sangria hall disguised as a coffee joint, to collaborate with that real estate hype artist, pumping pie in the sky, until the next real estate crash.

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ralph lic

just what LIC needs,.. more tight pant wearing realtors ,.. reality tv even ruined the real estate industry,..

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