The Galerie at 22-18 Jackson Avenue, an 11-story condominium building in Long Island City, is now open for occupancy. Developed by Adam America and designed by ODA New York with interior architects Paris Forino Design, the structure blends an industrial aesthetic with an extensive offering of amenities. Residents have access to a private art gallery, outdoor areas including a courtyard and rooftop lounge, a party room equipped for private dining, a pool, and a fitness center, and more.
The photos below reveal some of the development’s communal offerings.
“GALERIE has introduced a new caliber of design, inside and out, to Long Island City, and it’s clear from the sales momentum that buyers have been excited about the project and are now enjoying their homes and the beautiful spaces throughout the building that were thoughtfully curated and designed for their enjoyment,” said Brendan Aguayo, senior vice president of Halstead Development’s Aguayo team, the exclusive sales and marketing team for the Galerie residences.
ArtBox is responsible for the curated installations throughout the building including a permanent street-level rotating art exhibit, which currently features work from Tel Aviv-based street artists Dede and Nitzan Mintz. Condominiums range from studios to three-bedroom units with pricing from $595,000 to $2.5 million.