Rendering by Brick Visual
The Jackson condos in Long Island City.

Whether buying a newly constructed condominium or an older home, insurance will cover you in a variety of ways.

“In Astoria, where the walk-ups are older, sometimes the owner is less focused on insurance,” said a rep from Gotham Brokerage. “But these older buildings have stairwells, and you have people who can have accidents on the stairwells, so you need the coverage as much there as in the newer buildings.”

Penthouse E is designed with clean lines and a simple plan to make maximum use of the room available. 

Corte, a new condo building in Long Island City. Rendering by CRAFT

 

Gotham Brokerage will be represented at “What First-Time Home Buyers Need to Know,” with a focus on Long Island City and Astoria.

Find out other things you need to know from a panel of experts at the next evening in the Brownstoner Home Events series. The event takes place on Tuesday, March 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Plaxall Gallery at 5-25 46th Avenue in Long Island City, Queens.

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Paintzen will be on hand, too, offering tips on decorating and how to choose colors to increase the livability of a space while still reflecting your tastes.

Also present will be Eric Benaim, CEO of real estate brokerage Modern Spaces, which will be marketing 2,100 new-construction condos coming to market in the next three years.

Ryan Walsh from Ryan Walsh Law will be there too, answering legal-related questions.

There will be drinks and snacks, and the March 26 event is free to the first 50 people who RSVP here.

Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.

Sponsors for first event are Modern SpacesPaintzenRyan Walsh Law, Dime Bank and Gotham Insurance. To learn about hosting and sponsorship opportunities for Brownstoner Home Events, please get in touch here.

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