Long Island City is the largest neighborhood in Queens and is split into three distinct areas: Blissville, Dutch Kills and Hunters Point. One of the major perks of Long Island City is its accessibility to the rest of New York City. The subway is accessible by 8 different train lines at 12 different stations. The Queensboro Bridge (the only non- toll car route into Manhattan) connects Long Island City to Midtown, as does the Queens-Midtown Tunnel, while the Pulaski Bridge provides quick access to Brooklyn. The neighborhood historically was industrial, but has enjoyed much residential growth in recent years, particularly with respect to the numerous luxury towers and condos that continue to be built around the waterfront. These residences draw people in with their postcard view of the Manhattan skyline and amenities like gyms, game rooms and swimming pools.
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