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Permits Filed for 7-Story Apartment Building on Crescent Street

30-04 Crescent St. (Photo: Google Maps)

Sept. 19, 2018 By Tara Law

Permits have been filed for a 7-story apartment building on Crescent Street.

The structure, which will be located at 30-04 Crescent St., will offer 14 units.

The property is across the street from Mt. Sinai Queens and is five blocks from the 30th Avenue (N/W) subway station. A one-story commercial building is currently located on the property; demolition permits have not yet been filed.

The planned building would be 70 feet tall and 7,635 square feet. 

Three apartments would be located on each level on floors two through five. One apartment will take up the sixth floor, and another apartment will encompass the seventh floor.

The building will also offer a first floor lobby, storage in the cellar and seven outdoor parking spaces.

Developer D. Casamento & Son Inc. is the owner of the property. The architect is Topos Designs.

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Bill De Blowsio

How overcrowded is Astoria going to be in a few years? If you think the trains are bad now… Seems like every week there’s a post about a high-rise going up. It’s insane what this neighborhood has become.


You are correct! Once upon a time people that wanted a small town feeling without all the hustle and bustle that is Manhattan headed to places like Astoria . Now Astoria is becoming an extension of Manhattan. With that means increase in crime, garbage, pollution , more crowded subway lines, traffic, parking problems and so on. So now we that have put roots long ago have to put up with this? NO! It’s sad, but we will be forced to move away.


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