Crescent Iron House is designed for living, superbly crafted with the most-wanted finishes and premium detailing.
This appealing 33-unit luxury rental, on 40-05 Crescent Street, thoroughly blends contemporary styling with exceptional comfort. Well situated in heart of Long Island City, you’ll be at the center of a dynamic neighborhood where possibilities are always unfolding.
This appealing 23-unit luxury rental, on 40-05 Crescent Street, thoroughly blends contemporary styling with exceptional comfort. Well situated in heart of Long Island City, you’ll be at the center of a dynamic neighborhood where possibilities are always unfolding.
Comfortably sized studio to two bedroom apartments — ranging from 355 to 838 square feet — are smartly constructed.
Standout features include gray stained wide plank oak flooring and versatile layouts with an easy flow. The appealing kitchens express a well-defined approach to form and function, highlighted by black granite countertops and a subway tile backsplash, with Blomberg appliances.
Pamper yourself in the chic bathrooms, which feature best-in-class Hansgrohe fixtures, subway tiling and charcoal gray stone porcelain flooring.
outstanding amenities enhance everyday living.
Enjoy your downtime on the rooftop terrace with those gloriously sweeping 360 views of New York City or relax in the courtyard. Additional amenities include storage space and parking, always a sought-after commodity in LIC.
Get to know Queensboro Plaza, Long Island City.
Conveniently located near Queensborough Plaza, the neighborhood will entice you with its vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene, along with shopping, cafes, galleries and performance spaces all near by. Find inspiration at MoMA PS1, one of LIC’s leading contemporary art museums. Tempt your palate at the acclaimed eateries, including the renowned M. Wells steakhouse and Oro, a restaurant and lounge that is one of the neighborhood’s newer hot spots. Check out another lively newcomer to the local scene, the popular brewery and taproom LIC Beer Project.
You will also have easy access to LIC’s serene public spaces, lush riverfront parks and running paths that will become some of your favorite hangouts, including Dutch Kills Park.
Transportation is easily accessible, with many subway options close by. These include Queensborough Plaza (where you’ll find the 7, N and W lines), Queens Plaza station (with the E, M and R), 39th Avenue station (N and W) and also the 21st Street station (F).