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Photos courtesy of Brooke Shaughnessy
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Apartments in the newest luxury residential building in Long Island City are available for rent.

Huis24, located at 41-22 24th St., is a 91-unit, twelve story building that offers a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom homes that range from $2,200 to $3,425 per month.

“As the next wave of young professionals move to the area, demand has notably increased for studio, one- and two-bedroom homes with a competitive collection of amenities,” said Eric Benaim, CEO and Founder of Modern Spaces. “Long Island City is reaching its peak in terms of new residential, retail and office development. Anyone considering making the move to LIC should get in now, while the largest mixed-use community in New York City is vibrant and accessible.”

Designed by My Architect PC, Huis24 apartments boast high ceilings floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors and open layouts. Each home will have bathrooms with radiant heat flooring and gourmet kitchens with white Caesarstone countertops, wooden cabinets, Kohler fixtures and Blomberg appliances.  One-bedroom and two-bedroom homes offer in-unit washers and dryers.

In addition to the immaculate designs of the apartments, Huis24 offers a variety of amenities, including a resident’s gym, a co-working space, a screening room, individual video intercom systems, a terrace on the second floor with a recreation room and a kitchenette, and an additional entertaining and outdoor space on the 11th floor. Huis24 also offers bike and car parking, plus additional storage space available for rent.

For more information about Huis24, or to make an appointment with Modern Spaces to view one of the apartments available for rent, call 718-784-2232 or visit www.modernspacesnyc.com.

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