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WEB ID: 23026611

41-34 Crescent Street, 5C Packard Square, Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101

Packard Square, Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101

for rent | Apartment Building | Built in 2007

1 bath
$3,617
  • Available Immediately

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WEB ID: 23026611

41-34 Crescent Street, 5C Packard Square, Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101

Packard Square, Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101

for rent | Apartment Building | Built in 2007

1 bath
$3,617
  • Available Immediately

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About 41-34 Crescent Street, 5C, Packard Square, Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101

41 AVENUE and RAMP

Welcome home to residence 5C at Packard Square! Rent stabilized, huge, and bright 1BR with a Private Balcony. Just one stop to Manhattan!

Excellent layout of the expansive living room allows you to furnish with style and ease. Spacious king bedroom equipped with deep closets and additional space for a desk/dresser.

Open style kitchen makes entertaining a pleasure. It boasts an island, Caeserstone co...

Listing Courtesy of Corcoran, Midhet Djozic, (917) 402-7832, Resource data displayed by Corcoran Group
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    There’s something antiquated to the Long Island City name. However, even though this expansive Queens locale hasn’t been an independent city since 1898, there’s nothing outdated about modern-day Long Island City. Time has seen this one-time manufacturing center transform into one of the most unrivaled areas across the five boroughs. Long Island City’s breadth across northwest Queens is being equaled by the height of its buildings, several of which rank as the borough’s absolute tallest. Homes in modern skyward towers by the waterside take in the gorgeous river and Manhattan skyline views. Further east is a mix of timeless townhouses, charming low-rise condominium buildings, and converted factory lofts. Hunter’s Point South Park and Gantry Plaza State Park each provide ample acreage to get active, take a load off, or simply stop to stare for a while right beside the river.

    Packard Square

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    Packard Square

    Apartment Building in Long Island City

    41 Avenue And Ramp

    • 143 UNITS
    • 15 STORIES
    • 2007 BUILT
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