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To look at the headlines and local skyline, some might think Long Island City’s residential renaissance is driven by glittering high-rises with hundreds of units and endless amenities. However, there is room for more peaceful living at boutique condos like Flow House, an eight-story building located at 42-44 Crescent Street and designed by local business Architects Studio PC.

A number of listings have already entered contract, but a small handful of one-bedrooms remain on the market, starting at $763K. According to CityRealty listings, the building’s median price of $1,290 per square foot is slightly below the local median of $1,323 per square foot. A 20-year 421a tax abatement is anticipated.

↓ All units feature open floor plans, understated interiors, 9’ ceilings, 7⅛” European oak flooring, LED lighting, and private balconies.

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↓ Kitchens are finished with high-gloss cabinetry, quartz countertops, brushed stainless steel Bertazzoni appliances, and built-in Blomberg washer/dryer stack.

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↓ Soaring plate glass windows allow for incredible natural light and beautiful views.

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↓ Baths are tiled in white porcelain and feature floating white vanities, LED-lit cabinets, deep soaking tubs by Kohler, and Delta signature “rain” showerheads.

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↓ The landscaped roof deck looks out on sweeping views of Long Island City and the Midtown skyline.

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↓ Available one-bedrooms range from $763K to $843K.

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In addition to the roof deck, amenities at Flow House include virtual doorman and concierge service, package room, and bike room. The building is well situated near Gantry State Park, Hunters Point South Park, MoMA PS1, popular local restaurants, Long Island City's first Trader Joe's outpost, and the incoming Innolabs life science complex. The Queensboro Plaza 7/N/R train station is only one block away, and the Court Square E, M, G, and 7 trains are a short walk away in the opposite direction. In addition to the abundant subway lines, a new bike lane is being planned for the Queensboro Bridge with funds committed to its completion in the Recovery Budget.
It is also in the heart of a local building boom. Skyline Tower, the tallest New York City building outside of Manhattan, is three blocks away; current availabilities start at $690,822. Flow House is just down the street from the statement-making Hero LIC; one-bedrooms here start at $750K. Additionally, sales recently launched at The Prime, home of the Trader Joe's outpost.
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