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New condos hit LIC market

The Corner LIC

July 17, 2015 By Michael Florio

Modern Spaces, the Long Island City based real estate firm, announced today that it has started selling some of the units contained in a new condo building located at 47-28 11th Street.

The seven-story development, called The Corner, is comprised of 23 units, consisting of one and two bedroom units.

Modern Spaces has listed two one-bedroom units for sale and one two-bedroom unit for sale, according to a spokeswoman for Modern Spaces.

The one-bedroom units start at $740,000, while the two-bedroom units start at $1,120,000, according to the spokeswoman.

“The Corner is the first development offering new luxury homes in Long Island City this year and we are very excited to kick-off the sales campaign,” said Eric Benaim, CEO and Founder of Modern Spaces.

“This development offers smartly designed contemporary residences with access to all of the amazing amenities this dynamic neighborhood has to offer as well as a quick commute to Manhattan,” Benaim said.  “This is the perfect place for someone to set down roots.”

The Corner was developed through a joint partnership between Kora Developers LLC and BK Developers. Architectural firm, Zproekt, designed it.

Please note: Modern Spaces advertises with this publication

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