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Modern Spaces to Host Multi-Site Event Showcasing New Queens Developments this Saturday

The Drake at 62-60 99th St in Rego Park

Sept. 21, 2017 Sponsored Story

Modern Spaces, the Long Island City-based real estate firm, is hosting a free, catered, multi-site event Saturday where it will be showcasing several new developments spread throughout Queens.

The event, titled ‘SpacesOpen,’ takes place on Sept. 23—from 12:00pm through 3:00pm–and will consist of tours conducted by Modern Spaces agents at separate sales and rental buildings in Long Island City, Rego Park and Flushing.

Food and light refreshments will be provided at each model location, which feature custom artwork and detailed finishes.

Sales and rental buildings in Long Island City include:

The Grand at Skyview Parc Towers rendering

The Harrison located at 27-21 44th Dr, selling 1-3 bedroom units starting at $855,000

The Jackson located at 13-33 Jackson Ave, with 1-4 bedrooms starting at $865,000

The Decker located at 21-10 44th Dr, selling 1-3 bedroom units starting from $780,000

[email protected] Murray Park South located at 11-30 45th Rd. with studios to 3 bedroom apartments beginning at $520.000

The Baker House located at 41-07 Crescent St. renting studios to 1 bedrooms starting at $2,275

Huis24 located at 41-22 24th St, with studio to 2 bedroom rentals starting from $2,250

Meanwhile, catered tours will also be conducted for rental units at The Drake on 62-60 99th St in Rego Park, and condominiums at The Grand @ Skyview Parc Towers on 131-03/131-05 40th Rd in Flushing.

This event is expected to be the first in a series of similar SpacesOpen events, and requires no advanced registration.

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