Originally designed as a condominium, the 17-story building features an upscale collection of 130 condo-style residences less than a block from the 7, N and Q subway lines at Queensboro Plaza and a few blocks from the E, M and R lines at Queens Plaza.
“The continued leasing success at Crescent Club further demonstrates the wide-spread appeal of this unique lifestyle offering, as well as the growing market recognition of Long Island City as a viable residential alternative,” said Jacqueline Urgo, president of The Marketing Directors, the building’s exclusive marketing and leasing agent.
“It’s a hot building right now in an emerging location, and renters are reacting favorably.”
With monthly rents beginning at $2,625 and immediate occupancy available, Crescent Club’s amenities include a fitness center, residents’ lounge and business center.
The rooftop Sky Club features billiards table, catering kitchen and bar, lounge seating, plasma TV and rooftop terrace.
There’s also a landscaped backyard with an outdoor pool, BBQ grill with dining areas, lounge seating, sunbathing areas and an outdoor shower.