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Crescent Club has officially opened to the public, with a distinct collection of 130 luxury rental apartments that offer a winning combination of condo-style interiors, spectacular East River and Manhattan skyline views, world-class amenities, and an ultra-convenient Long Island City location positioned just steps from the Queensboro Plaza subway station with access to-and-from Manhattan in under seven minutes.

Originally conceived as an upscale condominium, the 17-story building located at 41-17 Crescent Street features lavishly-appointed studio, one- , two- and three-bedroom apartment homes complete with condominium-level finishes and appointments, according to Meadow Partners and Simon Development Group,  the joint-venture owners/developers of Crescent Club.

Crescent Club also features an impressive amenity suite not commonly found in rental communities: five-star recreational and social amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, state-of-the-art fitness center, a rooftop lounge, residents’ lounge, business center, and more.  Considerable outdoor space is provided by a landscaped backyard enhanced by a 70’ outdoor pool, BBQ grill with dining areas, lounge seating, sunbathing areas, outdoor yoga and an outdoor shower.  There’s also a business lounge with multi-functional conference/game table and plasma TV, residents-only lounge with catering kitchen, lounge seating and plasma TV, and the rooftop “Sky Club” featuring sweeping Manhattan skyline views, billiards table, catering kitchen and bar, lounge seating, plasma TV and rooftop terrace.

The striking Crescent Club building boasts a charming brick facade highlighted by expansive windows that maximize natural light and views of New York City and the waterfront.

Inside, well-designed floor plans feature sophisticated finishes and appointments, including light and bright living spaces with Brazilian teak floors, oversized windows, up to 10 foot ceilings, in-home washer/dryer, chef-inspired kitchens with Caesarstone counters, Bianca ceramic tiled backsplash, wenge wood & back-painted glass cabinetry and stainless steel appliances; and lavish master baths with honed stone floors, vanity & showers, custom wenge wood cabinetry, white ceramic walls, grohe rain shower and Zuma Soaking Tub.

Monthly rents for the apartment homes currently are in the $2,500s for studios and one bedrooms; two-bedrooms from the $3,600s; and three bedroom homes from the $5,200s.

For additional information on Crescent Club, call 718383-3444 or visit


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