LONG ISLAND CITY
take a closer look
The Maximilian is as genuine as LIC itself, brimming with unconventional ambiance. It is located in a thriving neighborhood where history and avant-garde coexist; where culture-forward artistic venues inspire future generations, and the historic symbols of LIC’s past generate excitement and awe. In addition to its abundant neighborhood appeal, one of Long Island City’s biggest perks is its proximity to Manhattan and Brooklyn. Get to Midtown quickly via the 59th Street Bridge, the Midtown Tunnel, and major subway lines including the 7, E, M, or take a short trip to Greenpoint or Williamsburg via the Pulaski Bridge and the G train. The NYC ferry at Gantry State Park offers a convenient alternatives to your regular commute.
MODERN LIVING WITH AN INDUSTRIAL TOUCH
art, industry and history
LIC is a destination, an artistic mecca with stories to tell. The Silvercup Studios and Pepsi Cola signs add visual interest and define the neighborhood’s identity. More recent icons like MoMA PS1 and the Noguchi Museum are now major draws for local and international visitors.
CLOSE TO HOME
a short stroll from your apartment
The initial layers of LIC unfold just a few steps from The Maximilian. Gantry State Park and its waterfront promenade offer attractive outdoor opportunities for both children and adults. CitiBike stations around Long Island City give residents and visitors a convenient alternative to exploring the area. The streets that flank Vernon Boulevard are filled with the interesting sights and attractions that make Long Island City so memorable and distinctive.
RESTAURANTS AND NIGHTLIFE
delicious, diverse, and down the block
The LIC nightscape is varied with dining and entertainment venues that suit every mood and taste. From the artisanal and eclectic menu of popular neighborhood cafes and restaurants to the low-key elegance of area coffee houses and pastry shops. Long Island City is full of energy, activity and flavor.