QUEENSBORO FC NAMES MODERN SPACES OFFICIAL REAL ESTATE BROKER
Partnership with Modern Spaces and their Senior Managing Director Andres Emilio Soto to benefit the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning
NEW YORK - June 30, 2021 – Queensboro FC, the professional men’s soccer team in Queens, New York, today announced its partnership with Andres Emilio Soto, the Senior Managing Director of renowned local real estate firm Modern Spaces. The partnership highlights Modern Spaces brand and discounts for Queensboro FC fans on Andres’ services, the proceeds of which will be donated to the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL), a local multidisciplinary arts center committed to providing accessible education in the arts.
“We are pleased to name Andres as our Official Real Estate Broker,” said Adam Behnke, Chief Business Officer, Queensboro FC. “Andres is both a Queens native and a Queens real estate expert, and he appreciates the impact that JCAL makes in the community. In Andres, we have a like-minded partner as dedicated to representing Queens as we are here at Queensboro FC.”
“I am really excited about this partnership! I’m able to merge my life-long passion for soccer, and my career, real estate, into one amazing opportunity,” said Andres Emilio Soto. “Queensboro FC is building something very special in Queens and it’s amazing to be part of it. I look forward to helping everyone with all their real estate needs and to giving back to the borough I was born and raised in.”
Queensboro FC fans will be able to contact Andres directly with all their real estate needs. In addition to the services discounts, the proceeds of which will go to JCAL, clients will also have access to exclusive QBFC swag bags. Andres will be holding open educational sessions about the do’s and don’t’s of real estate, and how to market yourself whether you are selling, buying or renting.
ABOUT QUEENSBORO FC
Queensboro FC is the newest professional men's soccer team in Queens, New York. The club will start playing in the 2022 season of the USL Championship, the top tier of the United Soccer League (USL). Queens, often called the "diversity capital of the world", is home to over 2 million residents, 150 nationalities and 130 languages across more than 90 distinct neighborhoods and 100 square miles. With soccer as Queens' most popular sport – Queensboro FC aims to embrace and unite "the world's borough" and honor the beautiful game in the streets, in the parks, in the community – and soon, on the pitch in its own stadium. Queensboro FC stands for more than sports, it is a movement for unifying people across the world. For more information about Queensboro FC visit: www.queensborofc.com.
ABOUT ANDRES EMILIO SOTO AND MODERN SPACES
Modern Spaces is a professional Real Estate group that was founded and developed in Long Island City. Our passion and love for the neighborhoods we reside in resonates through all of our agents at our LIC, Astoria, and Jersey City offices. Through the use of social media, Modern Spaces has been able to reach out and integrate itself seamlessly with the local community. A lifelong resident of Queens, NY, Andres is thrilled to be part of Modern Spaces, a brokerage with deep ties in Queens, NY. He loves the diversity of his borough and says, “Only in Queens will you have a 10-block stretch that will take you to 20 different countries.” Andres enjoys learning about new cultures by exploring the world and enjoys spending time with his rescued border collie. He’s an avid fan and athlete in a wide range of sports, but soccer above all else.
ABOUT JAMAICA CENTER FOR ARTS & LEARNING (JCAL):
Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning (JCAL), founded in 1972, is a multidisciplinary arts center based in the diverse community of Southeast Queens. Our mission is devoted to offering quality visual, performing, and literary arts, and to providing accessible education programs to encourage participation in the arts. Operating hours: Monday through Saturday, 10am to 6pm; closed Sundays and major holidays. For additional information, call JCAL at 718-658-7400 or visit www.JCAL.org.