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Blog: Q&A with Modern Spaces
Blog: Q&A with Modern Spaces
Blog: Q&A with Modern Spaces

Recently, we sat down with Juan Castellanos, sales agent for Modern Spaces, and Kayla Lee, sales director at CORTE, to discuss what CORTE means for Long Island City and to get their take on the neighborhood’s bright future. Their experience in the industry informs their insight on LIC condos, and on future condo developments and other aspects of LIC. For them, CORTE has been a standout project in the area for many reasons, and they’ve found that when it comes to choices, there’s no comparison to CORTE.

“CORTE’s fundamentals are very solid,” said Castellanos. “It’s not only one factor. What people love about the building is the bundle of unique factors: location, architecture, great layouts, fantastic finishes, and unique views.”

As Lee sees it, luxury and location are both a part of the incredible appeal of these Long Island City condos.  She told us, “CORTE is very luxurious and each element of the building was put together with a lot of thought. I think the location has also been a great draw. CORTE is close to multiple transportation options, restaurants, and cafes, as well as the waterfront parks.”

While most projects are built to provide opportunities to access the neighborhood’s amenities, the CORTE development is itself an opportunity for the neighborhood. The design of both the building and the units will serve as yet another draw for a thriving neighborhood, and create a luxury incentive for those in the market to call LIC home. It’s that “unique architecture,” in Castellanos’ words, that makes it a standout project in LIC.

“CORTE elevates the standard of the type of buildings that are to be delivered in LIC,” according to Castellanos. And he’ll readily tell you what it is about the building that creates so many standout selling points: “Architecture, location, high ceilings, top-of-the-line appliances, and a very experienced development team.”

For Lee, the specifics cannot be overstated. “The glass-curtain facade and the ‘stacked boxes’ design with the cantilevered units certainly catches the eye, as it is very different from other LIC condominiums,” Lee said. “Each unit is also sized very generously compared with other new construction projects coming on the market.”

With LIC on the move and the addition of CORTE to the neighborhood canvas, now is an excellent time to explore the area and make the move. To learn more about CORTE, explore CORTE's available condos today and find your new home in Long Island City.