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Crescent Club at 41-17 Crescent Street in Long Island City, via Crescent Club at 41-17 Crescent Street in Long Island City, via
In Long Island City near Queensboro Plaza, a narrow block-long stretch of Crescent Street has become a quaint, tree-lined residential way with balcony-dotted façades on either side. As is the case with many residential buildings in the rapidly changing neighborhood, several on the block were constructed in recent years, like the 2016-built Baker House and also the 2012-built Crescent Club at 41-17 Crescent Street.

The redbrick Baker House, rising to 9 floors with 48 apartments, nicely complements its Crescent Club neighbor though it's nearly double the height at 17 floors and filled with 130 apartments. The homes are similar - contemporary and modern - but the Crescent Club's sizable amenity package led to its #8 ranking in the Top 10 Rental Buildings in Long Island City.
Baker House and Crescent Club, via Fogarty Finger Architecture
Baker House, via Fogarty Finger Architecture
Just one unit is available at Baker House, a 700SF one-bedroom priced at $2,500/month, but over at Crescent Club, Douglas Elliman has several one- and two-bedrooms listed and offering one month free on a 12-month lease.

Four one-bedrooms are listed from $2,520/month and two-bedrooms start at $3,941/month (no fee, net effective prices advertised). Its studio, three-bedrooms and limited duplex penthouses are all currently occupied. Expansive windows line the homes designed with light-stained hardwood floors, sharp kitchens with dual-toned cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, and large living/dining areas. Select units have in-unit washers/dryers and private terraces.
A model unit at Crescent Club, via
Develop by Simon Baron and Meadow Partners relatively recent in 2012, Crescent Club is considered a luxury rental pioneer in the neighborhood for its high-end lifestyle amenities - a trend now in full swing throughout the five boroughs. An asymmetrical design by Karl Fischer Architects crafted a 7-story base and its large setback serves as full outdoor entertainment with grills, lounge areas, an outdoor shower - and even a rooftop pool.

Andres Escobar designed many of the interior spaces including the eclectic double-height lobby with wood-paneled ceilings and distinct lighting fixtures. Lifestyle amenities include a fitness center, business lounge, children's playroom, a catering kitchen and more. Atop the building is the Sky Club with views of the Manhattan Skyline. In warmer months, they even offer outdoor yoga. Other building features include cold storage, a bike room and onsite parking.
Rooftop pool and outdoor lounge areas, via
State-of-the-art fitness center, via
Directly across the street from Crescent Club is a pair of buildings that are part of the Packard Square rental collection, where units are currently listed from $2,100/month.

At the base of the building is a family-owned restaurant called Oro which has seasonal lunch and dinner menus and also hosts private events of up to 160 people. Other businesses on the block include a cafe, liquor store, laundromat and dry cleaner, a bar, hair salon, and market. At the end of the block is Queensboro Plaza Station and Manhattan is only minutes away with the N, W and 7 trains. The Queens approach to the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge is also about a block away.

See listings and more photos on CityRealty’s Crescent Club building profile or contact the leasing office here.
The lobby designed by Andres Escobar, via

Simon Baron Development

Simon Baron Development
Crescent Club Leasing
41-17 Crescent Street
New York, NY 10017
(212) 953-XXXX

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