38 05 Crescent Street

Long Island City

Good transportation On the rise Young crowd

Long Island City is an up-and-coming neighborhood (unlike most, LIC deserves that label) in the westernmost region of Queens, which is in the process of evolving from an industrial wasteland to a cultural and creative hub.

Despite a longstanding reputation for grittiness, the community has more recently become known for its thriving arts community and growing collection of hip restaurants and cafes, often operated as satellite establishments by hot Manhattan restaurateurs.

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Building Mix

  • 75% Luxury Highrise
  • 16% New Building
  • 3% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 1% Walk-Up
  • 1% Elevator Building

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Descriptions of 38 05 Crescent Street

Pets OK on a case by case basis, Recently Renovated Building, Hi-Speed Internet, Near Subway(s Heat+Hot Water Included, 6 Blocks to the Subway Station for the N and Q Trains, 7 Blocks to the Subway Station for the F Train, 1 Block to Laundromat. Dean Soukeras (Sep 2013)
Shopping nearby, School nearby, Restaurants nearby, Quiet neighborhood, Intercom, Pre-war building, Lobby This advertisement was placed by a salesperson, licensed in the State of New York. Tony Durham (Jul 2014)
Galleries and show spaces in this Queens neighborhood have attracted artists in large quantities, and this once industrial hub now showcases their creative and colorful talents. People intermingle with appreciative ease in this laid-back neighborhood’s various culinary destinations and quiet streets. Justin DiGiulio (Mar 2013)
A less than 10 minute train ride will get you into Manhattan and just five minutes in the other direction will get you to one of the most lively neighborhoods in Astoria. Emilio Estevez (Apr 2014)
Walking distance to the N, Q trains at the 39th Avenue Station, Area has many bars, clubs, restaurants, shopping centers, and many other amenities. Adriana Floarea (Mar 2011)
Basically, your bars, shopping and restaurants are just above you in Astoria, and your best train access is just below you in LIC. The zip code says its Long Island City, and the closest train station is actually Queens Plaza on the Q/N/7. Avraham Berkovits (Mar 2013)
Close to all forms of public transportation, walking distance to local supermarkets, restaurants, lounges, and parks. Kenneth Francis (Oct 2013)
Cuisine from all over the world can be found in this wholesome neighborhood, from Greek to Egyptian. Allan Jimenez (Jan 2013)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • N Q 39 Av (0.28 mi)
  • N Q 36 Av (0.44 mi)
  • 7 N Q Queensboro Plaza (0.46 mi)
  • 7 N Q Queensboro Plaza (0.46 mi)
  • E R M Queens Plaza (0.46 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 45
Floor area: 30750
Year built: 1931

Nearby Schools

P.S. 112 Dutch Kills
25-05 37 AVENUE
I.S. 204 Oliver W. Holmes
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
36-41 28 STREET
Academy For Careers In Television And Film
High school
36-41 28 STREET
Newcomers High School
High school
28-01 41 AVENUE
P.S. 111 Jacob Blackwell
37-15 13 STREET
Academy Of American Studies
High school
28-04 41 AVENUE
Baccalaureate School For Global Education
Secondary School
34-12 36 AVENUE
P.S. 076 William Hallet
36-36 10 STREET
P.S. 166 Henry Gradstein
33-09 35 AVENUE
Frank Sinatra School Of The Arts High School
High school
35-12 35TH AVENUE