Modern Spaces in, Nest Seekers out at TF Cornerstone’s LIC condo, the View

TRD New York /
Apr.April 20, 2011 03:29 PM
From left: Modern Spaces CEO Eric Benaim, the View and Nest Seekers CEO Eddie Shapiro

TF Cornerstone has tapped Modern Spaces to replace Nest Seekers and exclusively sell the approximately 70 condominium units remaining at the View on 4630 Center Boulevard in Long Island City. The 18-story, 184-unit condo surpassed the 50 percent sold mark in early February, and reported closing approximately 11 units per month. Based on the 60 percent figure the View now reports, Nest Seekers had not veered far from that pace in the last two months. TF Cornerstone declined to comment on the switch and Nest Seekers did not immediately return calls for comment. “The View is one of Long Island City’s most sought-after properties, offering residents striking views of [Manhattan] and beautifully designed homes with unmatched value in the area,” Modern Spaces CEO and President Eric Benaim said in a statement. Earlier this month, Modern Spaces was chosen to exclusively market the remaining units at another Long Island City condo called the Murano. The firm also lists the Yard, another condo in the neighborhood. TRD


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