Long Island City is the westernmost residential and commercial neighborhood of New York City and is home to three NYCHA developments. Today, it in close proximity to Manhattan and Roosevelt Island, and has good connectivity to them. In the future, this neighborhood is going to be largely influenced by the upcoming developments in and around, which will put pressure for growth in these areas. The idea of the project is to visualize this possible rezoning and to strengthen the 21st street which is the spine that connects Queens Bridge and Ravenswood. But how can one do that? The site gives a scope for expansion and these prospective developments that can happen with interventions of art and technology flowing hand in hand. The project demonstrates this idea by integrating the old and the new through a unique mixture of varying landscape strategies with commercial development that will cater to the needs of the residents as well as serve to the new developments on the site. Introducing art bus stops with dynamic use of colors and design and other programs such as information pavilions and exhibition spaces, that will help establish a continuity and vibrancy to the currently mundane roads. By generating a free flowing public realm, Long island city has the potential to witness this expansion and the project demonstrates a way in which the site could be shaped for a better tomorrow.