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NEW YORK CITY-Long Island City has changed rapidly with the construction of new hotel and residential developments.

Frank Carrado, honorary mayor and a long-time resident of Long Island City, has captured the essence of the semi-industrial townscape before it yields to gentrification. Long Island City, which has long been touted as an up and coming neighborhood for decades, is finally experiencing changes. The past four years have borne witness to 16 hotels and 35 residential developments being constructed or under construction. For the full story, go to Wall Street Journal.

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