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43-10 Crescent Street

43-10 Crescent Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 440-3333
Website
Retail, Residential, Leasing/Rental, Multifamily

43-10 Crescent Street, or Linc LIC, is a luxury rental high-rise in Long Island City, Queens. The 429-foot, 42-story building was designed by Avinash K. Malhotra Architects and construction was completed in 2013. The developer and owner of the skyscraper is Rockrose Development, a real estate development and management company in New York. The building contains 709 residential units in 673,550 square feet.

Average rent for a one-bedroom apartment at Link LIC is around $3,000 monthly. Three-bedroom units list for as much as $5,700 a month. The ground floor retail tenant is Food Cellar, who signed a 14,500-square-foot lease in 2014. Amenities include a basketball court, fitness facility, roof deck with misting spray, and a screening room.

Link LIC was the first project for Rockrose following the companys split in 2009, in which two of the Elghanayan brothers left the firm with part of the portfolio to form TF Cornerstone.

-WP

  • Year Built 2010
  • residential units 709
  • total units 709
  • square feet 673,550
  • block and lot 4-00435-0013
  • BIN 4539949

11/09/18
...at 23-15 44th Drive, and Linc LIC at 43-10 Crescent Street Though Long Island City’s residential building boom has been the source of some...

08/22/14
...all the units in the building, located at 43-10 Crescent Street. "This proves out this area," said Elghanayan. The building has studios starting at $1,900 a...

08/08/14
...city being built over here.” LINC LIC at 43-10 Crescent Street 1. LINC LIC – 43-10 Crescent Street Developer: Rockrose Development This 42-story, 709-unit residential development opened...

09/25/13
...From left: Justin Elghanayan, 43-10 Crescent Street rendering, Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis Can finely prepared meat help lease one-bedrooms? Though...

08/01/13
...of the basement of the 709-unit building at 43-10 Crescent Street. Asking rent for the space was $40 per square foot. The store is slated to...

04/26/13
...completing Linc LIC, a 709-unit rental tower at 43-10 Crescent Street, and is in the planning phase for a larger tower a block away at...

02/20/13
...retail projects, including a 15,000-square-foot high-end supermarket at 43-10 Crescent Street, at the base of a luxury residential tower called Linc LIC. Rockrose is also...

01/04/13
...of Linc LIC, a 709-unit rental tower at 43-10 Crescent Street, and is in the planning phases for a larger tower a block away at...

12/31/12
...is nearing completion of its 709-unit rental tower 43-10 Crescent Street just south of Queens Plaza. In addition, earlier this year, Jamestown Properties paid $81.2 million...

07/24/12
...issue: Standing on the unfinished 30th floor of 43-10 Crescent Street in Long Island City last month, Justin Elghanayan could see his family history laid...

...Standing on the unfinished 30th floor of 43-10 Crescent Street in Long Island City last month, Justin Elghanayan could see his family history laid...

11/18/11
...-story, 709-unit rental building called Linc LIC at 43-10 Crescent Street that's expected to be complete in 2013. Rents will be $38 per square foot, about 25 percent...