Areas adjacent to Manhattan, such as Long Island City and Jersey City, have increasingly grown in popularity due to their diverse housing options and new developments. Buyers appreciate the space and amenities offered, in addition to a convenient commute to and from the city.
A great example is the GALERIE, which the New York Times hailed as a building with "three looks" given its multifaceted, artful design. Located across from MoMa PS1, the condominium development is already popular among established creatives seeking a balance of luxury and convenience.
Envisioned by universally acclaimed architect Paris Forino, it showcases three distinct architectural styles" industrial metal, classic brick, and curtain wall glass. The result is a unique and architectural marvel that makes you feel as if you are looking at a cluster of buildings, as opposed to one.
So popular is the GALERIE that it is currently offering its last remaining sponsor residence, Apartment #210.
The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath condo showcases a 50-foot wide, 927 square-foot terrace that overlooks the GALERIE's private courtyard. It is an ideal space for entertaining family and friends, particularly during the warmer months.
Inside, the home features all of the design accents and superior workmanship that have made the GALERIE popular, including custom oak flooring, neutral color schemes, and bright, open living spaces.
Additional highlights include a spacious, sunlit primary suite with a wall of windows, bringing the outside in.
The primary bath is equally luxurious, with a spa-like design and a glass-walled, walk-in shower.
Residents enjoy exclusive access to a suite of amenities, including a resort-style pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, and children's play room.