Long Island City Luxury Rentals You Can Call Home

The growth of NYC is quite evident when looking at the city skyline from the outskirts. Long Island City has always been known for its sweeping views of Manhattan, but the neighborhood is quickly replicating Manhattan’s astonishing high-rises and gleaming glassy towers. Here is a list of three Long Island City developments that still have availability for people interested in making this growing neighborhood their home. 

The Baker House

41-07 Crescent Street offers all of the luxuries you would expect from a Manhattan rental. At The Baker House, you will find 48 apartments filled with pure grandeur. Within the studio to two-bedroom layouts, homes include oversized windows with views of the direct neighborhood as well as the mesmerizing Manhattan skyline, private terraces giving every resident a bit of private outdoor space within the crowded city, and white oak hardwood floors throughout the apartment. The kitchen is the heart of the home and here you will find an open layout with custom wood cabinets, Bosch appliances, and more. Within the nine floors, residents also have a fair amount of amenities such as a lounge room, bike room, fitness center, and rooftop deck. Studios at The Baker House start at $2,100 per month.

The Hayden

This 50-story tower could easily be mistaken for a Manhattan development. This residential is known for its 30,000 square feet of unique modern amenities such as a yoga studio, media room, library, rooftop lounge, duplex fitness center, full-size basketball court, children’s playroom, and more. Only residents within the studio to two-bedroom and penthouse apartments have access to these fine amenities. All of the homes, regardless of layout, feature hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, balconies or a private terrace, stainless-steel appliances in the kitchen as well as wood cabinets and a kitchen island with marble countertops. Currently, there is still availability for residents interested in making 43-25 Hunter Street their address with studios starting at $2,350 per month.

26-14 Jackson Avenue

Looking for a development that holds comfort, convenience, and luxury? This 14-story tower can be described as exactly that. Each studio, two-bedroom, and penthouse is complete with gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows and an open layout, making the entire home feel spacious and welcoming, with wide-plank oak floors, and kitchens with custom cabinets, London Grey Caesarstone countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Bathrooms feature a large soaking tub, marble tiles, and double vanities with large windows. The building also offers private storage, private parking, laundry in the building, a terrace, and a rooftop deck. Studios start at $2,100 per month, while two-bedroom and penthouse apartments start at $3,500 per month.