Another day, another rental launch in Long Island City: the third building in the booming 'hoods Packard Square community, developed by The Ciampa Organization, is now leasing its 88 units. Appropriately called No. 3 at Packard Square, the 12-story building joins the already-developed Packard Square and Packard Square North, both on Crescent Street in the area off of Queens Plaza North. Rents in the new building start at a somewhat reasonable $1,775 for a studio, $2,125 for an alcove studio, and $2,525 and $3,300, respectively, for one- and two-bedroom units.
All apartments in the building come with 9-foot ceilings, white oak plank flooring, and stainless steel appliances. First floor units offer private outdoor space. Resident's have access to the rooftop barbecue and lounge, fitness center, in-building laundry, and bike parking, but have to pay extra if they want to park their cars.
· Listing: 41-21 24th Street [Citi Habitats]
· Packard Square [official]