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Long Island City's art-inspired condo The Jackson debuts a model apartment

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The 11-story building on Jackson Avenue comes with 54 condos

Photos by Jesper Norgaard

Located on one of Long Island City’s most rapidly developing corridors, The Jackson, named after the street it sits on, is set to welcome its first residents this fall. But before that, the development team behind the project is offering a look inside one of the 11-story building’s model apartments.

This particular condo is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment that offers some great views of Manhattan. Apartments at The Jackson come with wide plank white oak flooring, Bosch dishwashers, and a washer/dryer in-unit, among other features.

The Fogarty Finger-designed condo building features a total of 54 apartments, and almost all of them are already in contract. Only a handful are still available, and prices on those range from $1.43 million for two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit spanning 930 square feet, and go up to $1.75 million for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom condo measuring 1,232 square feet.

Amenities in the building include a fitness center, a landscaped rooftop garden, a residents lounge, and parking.

The Jackson is a collaboration between Charney Construction & Development, Ascent Development, and Tavros Capital Partners. One of the highlights here will also be a lobby mosaic designed by Tom Fruin, the artist who created the stained-glass water tower in Dumbo.

The project came about after the development team shelled out $12.35 million on this site located at 13-33 Jackson Avenue. Sales launched in March 2016, and the project has made swift progress since. Construction is expected to wrap up sometime this summer. Modern Spaces is handling sales on the condo.

Views from the building.