New homes for sale in Long Island City, NY

2-40 51st Avenue
Long Island City, NY
$1,220,000 Just Listed
Condo for sale
1 Bed | 1.1 Bath
 
42-51 Hunter Street
Long Island City, NY
$1,195,000 Just Listed
Condo for sale
2 Beds | 2 Baths
 
10-40 46th Road
Long Island City, NY
$1,100,000 Just Listed
Condo for sale
2 Beds | 2 Baths
 
4-74 48th Avenue
Long Island City, NY
$995,000 Just Listed Open House
Condo for sale
2 Beds | 2 Baths
 
10-17 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, NY
$990,000 Just Listed Open House
Condo for sale
1 Bed | 1 Bath
Courtesy of Weichert Properties - Manhattan - Weichert Rockefeller Center
 

Homes for sale in Long Island City, NY

474 48 Ave
Long Island City, NY
$979,000 Just Listed
Co-Op for sale
2 Beds | 2.0 Baths
 
4-74 48th Avenue
Long Island City, NY
$649,000 Just Listed Open House
Condo for sale
1 Bed | 1 Bath
Courtesy of Weichert Properties - Manhattan - Weichert Rockefeller Center
 
4-74 48th Avenue
Long Island City, NY
$635,000 Just Listed Open House
Condo for sale
2 Beds | 1 Bath
 
4-74 48th Avenue
Long Island City, NY
$550,000 Just Listed Open House
Condo for sale
1 Bed | 1 Bath
Courtesy of Weichert Properties - Manhattan - Weichert Rockefeller Center
 
47-55 39th Pl
Long Island City, NY
$529,990 Just Listed New Construction
Condo for sale
1 Bed | 1.0 Bath
 

One of the five original "towns" in Queens, Long Island City was formerly an independent municipality before Queens became part of New York City in 1898.  A location at the terminus of the Queensboro Bridge and rapid transit lines brought throngs of factories to the area, leaving few residential pockets.  However, the past three decades have seen a reversal of that trend.  Many manufacturing operations have moved out, leaving loft-sized housing possibilities that have drawn artists and others seeking reasonable rent close to Manhattan.  Two former bakeries now house the Northeast's largest television commercial production facility and LaGuardia Community College.  Long Island City has become home to back-office operations for many Manhattan firms, although some vintage operations remain including the nation's largest fortune cookie company.  The New York City waterfront project at Hunter's Point, a mixed-use community within Long Island City, will position the area for accelerated revitalization.

Market Overview

79 listings in Long Island City, NY with an estimated median home price of $1,370,000

Price Count
$200K-300K 1
$400K-500K 2
$500K-600K 4
$600K-700K 5
$700K-800K 2
$800K-900K 6
$900K-1M 4
$1M-Max 55
Property Type Count
Single Family 5
Condo 33
Commercial 15
Rental 88
Lots and Land 4
Condo/Town/CoOp 1
CoOp 4
Multi Family 17

(Data as of 5/27/2017)