Dutch LIC is named for the neighborhood’s history, standing in an area once known for industry, near the old site of Dutch Kills, a creek that at one time ran through Long Island City and into the East River. The neighborhood’s Earnest roots are now increasingly residential, as contemporary restaurants, art galleries, shopping and bars have reinvigorated the area. Dutch LIC is just blocks from many main subway lines and offers easy access to the Long Island Expressway, LIRR, East River Ferry and local bridges and tunnels.

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