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New LIC Condo That 'Pays Homage to MoMA PS1' Asks From $600K

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Artist behind the Dumbo stained glass watertower has designed a lobby mosaic for the building

Name: The Jackson

Address: 13-33 Jackson Avenue

Developers: Charney Construction & Development, Ascent Development and Tavros Capital Partners

Architect: Fogarty and Finger Architecture

Size: 11 stories, 56 apartments

Prices: From $600,000

Sales and Marketing: Modern Spaces

Sales at this development had a soft launch last week and already 16 apartments have sold. Real Estate Weekly first reported on the sales launch. Apartments at the Jackson range in size from one to three bedrooms. Additionally the building also features a three-bedroom and four-bedroom penthouse unit, with those units starting from $4 million. The sales team behind the development say the building "pays homage to its artistic neighbor, MoMA PS1," which is located a few blocks away. But apart from a mosaic wall in the lobby designed by Tom Fruin, the artist behind the stained-glass watertower in Dumbo, that seems to be a marketing tactic. The mosaic at the Jackson is made with blackened steel and acrylic. Amenities in this 11-story building include a 70,000 square foot "social room," and a rooftop deck with cabanas. Plans also call for ground-floor retail and 22 underground parking spots (that are available at an additional cost). Sales have now officially commenced and the development is expected to be ready sometime in the first half of 2017.

Listings: 13-33 Jackson Avenue [Modern Spaces]

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