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Photos Courtesy of Donna Dotan photography
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Feng shui-certified luxury residential building, The Vista, reached its 100 percent sold mark.

One feng shui-certified luxury residential building in Long Island City has reached the top.

Real estate firm Modern Spaces announced the luxury condominium called The Vista, located at 44-15 Purves St., has hit its 100 percent sold mark.

The Vista was feng shui-certified by consultant Laura Cerrano of Feng Shui Long Island. Cerrano advised the developers on every part of the design and construction of the building since the beginning.

In accordance to feng shui principles, the luxury building does not have a fourth floor, residences do not have balconies adjacent to the living room and entrances to each home will not face another interior door.

“Working with a feng shui master during the entire process of this project has been an incredible learning experience for us and has provided even further insight into the fen shui principles,” Eric Benaim, CEO and president of Modern Space said. “It’s interesting to see how every layout, every wall has been meticulously designed and built to embrace the feng shui beliefs.”

The Vista has 15 floors with 48 studios, one- and two- bedroom apartments which range from 475 to 965 square feet and with starting prices of $360,000. The residences include hardwood-oak flooring, gourmet kitchens, and spa-like master and guest baths.

The building features solar panels, and a glass façade with bay windows and balconies. Some of the amenities include a landscaped rooftop terrace, fitness center with a yoga room, entertainment room, Wi-Fi, doggie spa, bike storage and a parking garage.

It was developed by Lions Group and Emmy Homes and has access to the E, M 7 and G subway lines.

 

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