Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Metro visits Crescent Street

Long Island City. Residents scattered among the block’s businesses — a limousine depot housing 100 vehicles, a newly expanded Vespa dealership, a big Jehovah’s Witness church — don’t linger on Crescent Street, a heavily-trafficked thoroughfare for cars heading into Manhattan.

And it's all downhill from here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Luxury living suckers further clogging up Crescent.One more reason not to take this street ever.Smog is a real thing there condo dwellers and we cant wait to see how that recycled air with closed windows in those Wobbly high rises work out for you.
Dont leave your chairs in the garbage for artists to see.