WELCOME TO DUTCH KILLS
With a rich history of avant-garde museums and art galleries, popular restaurants and bars, innovative boutiques, and charming residential streets, Long Island City evokes all the energy and culture of the New York lifestyle. And it doesn’t stop there – Long Island City continues to grow, with exciting venues and activities popping up seemingly every day. Located in Dutch Kills, a small neighborhood within Long Island City, ARC is at the epicenter of this cultural evolution. Its central location is also immediately adjacent to multiple subway lines, providing access to midtown Manhattan in less than 10 minutes.
ARC is surrounded by arts and culture on all sides. With renowned museums including MoMA PS1, Museum of the Moving Image, the Fisher Landau Center for Art, and the Noguchi Museum, coupled with dozens of art galleries, music venues, nightclubs and flea markets, creative energy thrives in Long Island City.
From top restaurants to casual cafes and cutting-edge bars to cozy coffee shops, the dining options in Long Island City are endless. Neighborhood favorites like M. Wells Steakhouse, Dutch Kills Bar, LIC Market, and Dutch Kills Centraal are all within convenient walking distance to ARC, providing the perfect venues for group dinners, date nights, and boozy Sunday brunches.
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GET OUT AND PLAY
In Long Island City, the outdoors is as exciting as the indoors. The neighborhood is filled with parks ideal for jogging and bike rides, or just for relaxing and admiring the best views of Manhattan you can find anywhere. Walking around Long Island City, you’ll discover playgrounds, outdoor murals, dog parks and farmers markets around every corner.