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aboutready, you missed my irony - I have said one could pick just about any neighborhood one wanted to trash and find something there - I like StuyTown and PCV very much, and when I see them likened to NYCHA projects my eyes roll back into my head - and the smog is referring to a news article months ago that claimed that air pollution is worst on the UES - compare this to various theories advanced over the decades for why Harlem and South Bronx have highest rates for asthma among children (couldn't be secondhand smoke, could it?)
you are redbaiter, as you well know
There's no way LIC can maintain pricing with Manhattan pricing easing. Hells Kitchen, FiDi, LES, and even Harlem will compete for the buyers' dollars. LIC compared to the Hobokens, Williamsburgs, and Jersey City is not very favorable. Maybe you can compare LIC to St. George in Staten Island.
St. George has grocery stores; LIC doesn't. LIC has two subway tunnels, the 59th St. Bridge, Midtown Tunnel, is not that far from Wmsbrg Bridge. St. George has the Staten Island Ferry.
Lic pricing is way more then St George and you cant compare the proximity to midtown thats why people are buying there
SI sucks, the ferry sucks. SI is full of guidos.
If you want to hang with people who act just like the Jersey Shore people, with no sense of irony, be my guest. How much time have you even spent in Staten Island?
St. George, they all say, slew a dragon.
But then he fell off the wagon.
Try as he might, he couldn't make right,
so his life ended up on Sta'n-Island.
St. George can get you downtown in the same amount of time and the luxury condos are only $300 psf!
Good one, lowery!
bobby-d: your comments ain't worth a response, or the price of a pixel.
bob and steve, some of my best friends are guidos
Great rhyme scheme, lowery!
I used to live on the upper west side and i loved it there. Now I live in LIC and I love it here too. I hope newton creek doesn't kill me, just like I used to hope that I wouldn't get hit by a cab when I was riding my bike down Amsterdam.
looks like it got a little too hot for Danny T..
Danny Tenaglia says he’s “resigning” from the music business to figure out how to stay relevant in a new electronic music universe. “Now it seems people just want to see whose name goes above whose because this one is selling more tickets. I’m not enjoying the journey anymore,” says the New York DJ who was a fixture at top clubs, starting at Paradise Garage and later Twilo, for 20 years. Tenaglia produced remixes for Madonna, Right Said Fred and Pet Shop Boys during his career, but he didn’t make money. And after losing a half-million dollars on a penthouse in Long Island City he bought before the market crashed in 2008, Tenaglia had to tour to pay the bills. Now he’s burned out from travel and wants to work on making his own music more appealing — “and have it be not just about darkness and flashy lights and nitro gas,” he tells Page Six. “I want the music to be enough.” Tenaglia will relocate to Miami and clean out his Long Island City work loft, packed with 15,000 records, in the next month.
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/new_path_for_dj_legend_IedMlO9m4dYGQ9J8uSuzVP#ixzz1t4dFIhiz