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GALERIE in Long Island City: Review and Ratings | CityRealty

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Carter Horsley
Review by Carter Horsley
Carter Horsley Carter B. Horsley, a former journalist for The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Post. Mr. Horsley is also the editorial director of CityRealty.com.
 

This impressive, 11-story apartment building at 22-18 Jackson Avenue between Crane and Arch streets in the Court Square section of Long Island City was erected in 2018 by Adam America and MSD Partners and has 175 condominium apartments.

It is known as Galerie.

It was designed by ODA, which is headed by Eran Chen, and is adjacent to another building by that architectural firm at 22-22 Jackson Avenue.

Paris Forino Design is the interior designer.

This building is directly across from MOMA PS1.

The building has a curated art program for residents and community through its

ArtBox, a permanent street-level rotating art exhibit and a sculpture garden with work by

Brooklyn based artist Allen Glatter.

The developers paid $43.5 million in 2015 for a taxi garage on the site.

 

Bottom Line

A large, mid-rise condominium building near MOMA PS1 in Long Island City with a scrambled array of façade treatments, a curated art exhibit, a porte-corchere leading to a garage and an impressive bevy of other amenities.

 

Description

The H-shaped building has three different façades on Jackson Avenue: a push-pull setback design, a setback one in the middle that is recessed and has a setback with a different fenestration design and a third with a base raised on angled columns with a setback glass tower.

 

Amenities

The building has an attended  24-7 lobby, a full-time resident manager, an off-street porte-corchere leading to a garage, a 39-foot-long indoor pool, a courtyard, a fitness center, a library, a lounge, a party room, a pet spa, stroller storage, bicycle storage, a children's playroom, and a landscaped roof with grilling stations and cabanas.

 

Apartments

Penthouse 13LL is a four-bedroom unit with 1,590 square feet of interior space and 75 square feet of external space with a long foyer and a large living/dining room with an open kitchen and a breakfast bar.

Penthouse 1 is a three-bedroom unit with 1,295 square feet of interior space and 575 square feet of external space.

Apartment 410 is a one-bedroom uni8t with 624 square feet of interior space and 75 square feet of external space.

Penthouse 11 is a studio with 409 square feet of interior space and 75 feet of external space.

 

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