5 Court Square is more than just a place to live.
quick access to Manhattan — and every borough — is available through the Court Square Station directly across the street.
Long island city continues to evolve as a cultural center.
With one of the highest concentrations of art galleries and studio spaces in New York City, spend a day gallery hopping or perusing an exhibition. Stop by MoMA PS1, SculptureCenter or stroll through Gantry Plaza State Park, the riverside retreat with fishing piers and running paths.
Savor a delicious meal at one of the neighborhood’s many appealing restaurants or relax at a nearby café. Some of the latest arrivals include Indie LIC, a bright, airy restaurant with stylish décor, offering up a new twist on classic American cuisine and cocktails; the new branch of Greenwich Village staple Murray’s Cheese, soon to open a combined store/restaurant; Partners Coffee, the specialty coffee purveyor, which has planted itself on Jackson Avenue, one block from the Court Square Station; Book Culture, the ever-expanding community bookstore that is a great place to meet up with up fellow book lovers and neighbors; along with the craft cocktail lounge Dutch Kills Bar, a longtime local favorite.