“Now, developers Adam America Real Estate and Vanke U.S. have launched sales for the aptly named Galerie, a 182-unit building that aims to bring the art gallery experience home. Located across the street from MoMA PS1 in New York City’s Long Island City neighborhood, the 11-story condominium will showcase a curated art program for residents and the community. Known as ArtBox, the rotating art exhibit will feature the work of more than 20 artists, including a group installation of eight Long Island City artists. The exhibition will be on display in the building, and many of the works (from $275 to $10,000) will be available for purchase.”
“This double-height attended lobby atrium showcases a living green wall, a 19-foot water feature, and a custom sculpture by Amanda Weil—creating a grand, sophisticated sense of arrival.”
251 First was featured on curbed.com, a first look inside the penthouse model home. “Just four condos remain up for grabs in the 44-apartment building. They include a three bedroom, two and a half bath asking $2.6 million, and a four-bedroom, three-bathroom on the market for $2.9 million.” Click to read the full article here
One of the most interesting condominium developments in Brooklyn draws inspiration from a distant land.
A first real look inside 200 Water Street’s 15 condos
The Hendrik, designed by Beyer Blinder Belle (known for projects like the Whitney Townhouses and Downtown Brooklyn’s Belltell Lofts), will feature amenities like a lot of green space—there will be courtyards and terraces aplenty.