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Photos Courtesy of Donna Dotan Photography
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The Icon52 in Woodside has become 100 percent leased by real estate and brokerage company Modern Spaces.

Western Queens real estate continues to show that it is hot, as another luxury building becomes fully leased in less than two months.

The Icon52, a 66-unit apartment building located at 52-05 Queens Blvd., has been 100 percent leased by real estate and brokerage company Modern Spaces. The building is the company’s first rental project in Woodside.

“Being able to completely lease out the building in such a short amount of time is extremely gratifying, given it was our first project of what we hope will be many in the neighborhood,” said Eric Benaim, CEO and president of Modern Spaces. “We predict The Icon52 will set the standard for future rentals coming to the Woodside area.”

Each unit in The Icon52, ranging from studios to two-bedroom apartments, features hardwood floors, high ceilings, kitchens with stainless steel appliances and modern bathrooms. Rental prices range from $1,500 to $2,600.

Amenities include a virtual doorman, laundry and bicycle storage room. Residents also have access to a landscaped rooftop deck with chaise lounges, parking garage, barbecue and sitting areas.

The Icon52 also has convenient access to the No. 7 subway line and is just minutes away from Manhattan.

 

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