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9 homes
$1,289,000
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$2,500,000
8 bed 4400 sqft
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    Queensbridge, Ravenswood, Dutch Kills
    14 Apr
    Half American artist and Japanese destination, famous for his paper lamps, a bit like lanterns, less known for his beautiful playgrounds. You are advised to go and visit the museum and maybe buy a new lamp for your home! some info from the website: https://www.noguchi.org/isamu-noguchi/digital-features/history-of-the-noguchi-museum/ In 1961, Isamu Noguchi relocated from Manhattan to Long Island City, Queens, with the purchase of a single-story commercial building on the southwest corner of 10th Street and 33rd Road. Noguchi found the neighborhood, with its skilled artisan shops and suppliers of stones and metals, highly conducive to his studio practice. Unlike his former studio at 33 MacDougal Alley in Greenwich Village, the remote location offered the opportunity to maintain a monastic lifestyle with few visitors dropping in. The new studio, a 3,200-square-foot warehouse, gave him open areas in which to work on a large scale. With the help of carpenter Yukio Madokoro, he developed a loft bedroom and living spaces within the building. While he continued to travel extensively and establish other studios in Italy and Shikoku, Japan, it was in this building that Noguchi created and stored most of his artworks for over a decade. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DDCOWA9q7U
    Noguchi Museum Shop and Cafe, New York, New York 11106, United States
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    • What a story Lucas!
  • I went to Sami's Kebab a few months ago because a friend suggested it. I have never had kabab before and the owner/manager suggested a mixed Kabab platter. It was a good portion. The food was delicious. We were initially placed on a table facing the wall, but the manager moved us to another table. Tried the firnee personally not a fan but other people liked it. Customer service was really good as well.
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    Sami's Kebab House, 35-57 Crescent St, New York, New York 11106, United States
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  • I don't know how or why I never stopped in LIC Bagel & Deli before.I usually go to Baker or Starbucks but what a mistake...this place is so much better. Got bacon, egg & cheese on a bagel... Perfect. The coffee is also amazing. Price is about average for the area. Definitely my new daily stop.
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    LIC Bagel & Deli, 41-04 27th St, New York, New York 11101, United States
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  • A true gem in Long Island City. It is unique, tranquil, exciting and bold. It has spacious indoor exhibitions as well as outdoor features. This is where I take friends and visitors and they are always impressed. I enjoy just stopping by for a quiet moment of relaxation in the sculpture garden among the bamboo. Come to Long Island City and visit the Noguchi - you will love it! Here is a little snippet of history: Founded in 1985 by Isamu Noguchi (1904–88), one of the leading sculptors and designers of the twentieth century, The Noguchi Museum was the first museum in America to be established, designed, and installed by a living artist to show their own work. Widely viewed as among Noguchi’s greatest achievements, the Museum comprises ten indoor galleries in a converted factory building, as well as an internationally acclaimed outdoor sculpture garden. Highlighting Noguchi’s role as a multicultural, cross-disciplinary innovator, the Museum presents exhibitions and public programs drawing on Noguchi’s artworks and archives and engages in collaborations with contemporary artists, designers, musicians, dancers, and more.
    Noguchi Museum Shop and Cafe, New York, New York 11106, United States
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