47 17 5 Street

Long Island City Queens NY 11101

Building Amenities

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Building Description

"The residences feature polished hardwood floors, rich quartz countertops and a variety of floor plans that suit every lifestyle. Here, understated elegance meets warm industry style in a location that radiates sophistication quality and character. This is a modern luxury rental residence that pays homage to the rich history of its Long Island City surroundings. Attended lobby, Concierge service by Leave it to Max, Landscaped roof deck with seating and a movie screen. Steps from Food Cellar, Duane Reade, and only a block from all of LIC's great restaurants. 1 free month of rent, no brokers fee, $1,000 Security Deposit and no amenities fee. HUGE Two Bedrom Two Bathroom in Luxury Building for only $3,525. Long Island City's most sought after Boutique Luxury Building. Great Location. "
Jesse Schmidt (Sep 2013)

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Line Station Walk Distance
7 Vernon Blvd-Jackson Av 4 min 0.19 mi
LIRR Long Island City 6 min 0.28 mi
G 21st St 7 min 0.33 mi
Hunters Point Ferry Landing 8 min 0.35 mi
7 Hunters Point 9 min 0.4 mi
G E M Ely Av-23rd St 10 min 0.46 mi
LIRR Hunterspoint Avenue 11 min 0.49 mi
7 45 Rd-Court House Sq 11 min 0.51 mi
G E M Court Square 13 min 0.6 mi
N Q 7 Queensboro Plaza 20 min 0.9 mi

Nearby Buildings

Units Built
47 38 5 Street 0 0
5 19 47 Road 8 1931
5 17 47 Road 0 1950
5 16 47 Road 8 1931
5 30 47 Road 6 1931

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Grades Walk
P.S./I.S. 78Q PK - 8 2 min
I.S. 204 Oliver W. Holmes 6 - 8 32 min
Long Island City High School 9 - 12 41 min

Long Island City

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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