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Condo units about to go on sale, as completion of Hunters Point development nears

47-28 11th Street

47-28 11th Street

April 12, 2015 By Michael Florio

Twenty three high-end condos are going to hit the market next month.

The Corner, a seven-story condominium development located at 47-28 11th Street, will be comprised of one and two bedroom units, with prices starting in the mid $600,000s range.

“Demand for new homes in Long Island City continues to be at an all-time high,” said Eric Benaim, the CEO of Modern Spaces, whose firm is the marketing and sales agent for the development.

Residents are expected to be able to move in to their new units by the end of the year—or the beginning of 2016.

The development features a fitness center, sundeck, residents’ lounge, private storage, and a Butterfly MX (which is a virtual doorman system that is accessed through smart phones).

Each unit contains chef kitchens with Bosch appliances, oak flooring, and Caeserstone countertop and backsplash. The bathrooms feature a Kohler tub, Grohe fixtures, and ceramic tiles.

The building was designed by Zproekt architect firm.

The Corner was developed via a joint venture partnership between Kora Developers LLC and BK Developers.



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