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Modern Spaces opens sixth new office

Residential brokerage firm, Modern Spaces,  will open its sixth New York-area office – and its second in Astoria – at 34-16 30th Avenue this October.

The 2,000 s/f office will  house 25 agents and it has an outdoor garden space which will be used for hosting events. Much like the rapidly evolving neighborhood in which it chose its latest location, Modern Spaces has opened an office per year since its founding in 2008.

Modern Space founder Eric Benaim also announced that Greg Kyroglou, currently managing director of the firm’s first Astoria office at 29-20 23rd Avenue, will assume management of new location.

Kyroglou is a life-long Astoria resident and has worked for Modern Spaces since 2011. He will continue to oversee operations at the original Modern Spaces office.


“We are very happy to expand our Astoria reach with this new office, and are proud to be part of this community. The timing is opportune for us, as we have three new projects in Astoria that will be hitting the market early next year.” said Benaim.

“Greg is an integral part of the Modern Spaces team, and was the natural choice to manage the new Astoria office. His passion and dedication to his clients and the community will ensure not only that people looking to move here find the perfect home but also get the inside scoop on all the great establishments this neighborhood has to offer.”

Modern Spaces first opened up shop in Long Island City and, since then, the firm has expanded to include offices in Williamsburg and Chelsea. Along with the new office, Modern Spaces just launched its new commercial division which will be helmed by Evan Daniel, Executive Vice President.

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