Long Island City Partnership published its “Long Island City Comprehensive Plan Phase 1” in 2016, with recommendations for commercial office, light manufacturing, technology, and connected arts spaces and issued a Long Island City Life Sciences Feasibility Study in 2018.
Municipal Art Society (MAS) published official comments in January 2018 on Anable Basin’s future, with recommendations on community engagement principles, as well as on flood risk, community facilities, open space, shadows, natural resource and brownfield management, water and sewage infrastructure, air quality and greenhouse gas emissions, and transportation. These findings are echoed in the fall 2018 MAS report highlighting Long Island City, “A Tale of Two Rezonings: Taking a Harder Look at CEQR.”
Court Square Civic Association, Hunters Point Civic Association, Hunters Point Community Coalition, and Long Island City Coalition published “Well-Planned Growth: A Community Vision for Hunters Point and Long Island City” in summer 2018, including a three-pillared plan structured around livability, sustainability, and resiliency, along with recommendations for community engagement.
Queens Community Board 2 convened a Waterfront Working Group in summer 2019. The final recommendations cover resiliency, open space, community amenities, and infrastructure and transportation.