We just stopped by 22-12 Jackson Avenue a couple of weeks ago and noted that the project has come to market.1 When we stopped by earlier in the week, we saw that signage has appeared on site, with the tag line “Home is where the art is.” Check out its website, which features apartments that run from studios starting at $665,000 all the way up to three bedrooms, which are listed at $1,875,000.
When all is said and done, it will be a build that will rise 11 stories and feature 164,830 square feet of residential space and 5,018 of commercial space for a FAR of 4.98. Permits were approved on March 29 by the DOB,2 and were first spotted by New York YIMBY.3
Here’s a description from the developers:
Directly across the street from MoMA PS1, GALERIE is a place where art, artists and residences share the same address. The architects of ODA New York and interior designers of Paris Forino Design have infused GALERIE with a unique artistic sensibility. GALERIE will feature a curated art program for residents and the community through its ArtBox, a permanent street-level rotating art exhibit at the building’s entrance displaying a curated series of art works by New York and LIC artists. The Sculpture Garden at GALERIE provides the rare luxury of accessing the outdoors whenever you desire and hosts a bespoke sculpture by Brooklyn-based artist Allen Glatter. Both relaxing and engaging, the courtyard anchors the expensive amenity spaces that surround it.