We last stopped by 22-12 Jackson Avenue in July when facade work was nearly completed.1 Last week, we stopped by and saw that construction crews have taken down scaffolding to reveal a large portion of the facade, as seen in the photo below. 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.