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21-newly renovated coops go on sale at Lane Towers

Jan. 26, 2017 Staff Report

A number of units in a revamped co-op building in Forest Hills have gone on sale.

Developers Myles Horn, ABC Properties and Fisher Associates worked together to redesign the building at 107-40 Queens Boulevard, now named Lane Towers.

The one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments have all been fully renovated and updated, with hickory wood-plank flooring, quartz countertops, Italian cabinets and updated appliances.

The co-op is situated right beside the 71st Avenue and Continental Avenue subway station with E, F, M and R train access, and is several blocks from the Long Island Railroad. The website touts the building as being merely 20 minutes from midtown Manhattan by subway.

The revamped building embraces the old bones of the structure, while still providing a modern feeling and up to date amenities, said Yael Goldman, an associate broker with Nu-Place Realty, which is handling sales.

The one-bedroom apartments in the building are priced from $410,000 to $620,000, the two-bedroom homes are priced from $525,000 to $675,000 and three-bedroom homes are priced from $770,000 to $822,500.

Fore more information on the building, visit http://www.lanetowers.com.

 

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