Market-rate units in the MoMA PS1-facing building are going for quite a bit more than that
The Department of Housing and Preservation is now accepting applications for 35 affordable units at the ODA New York-designed rental building at 22-22 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City. Developed by Jeffrey Gershon and dubbed 2222 Jackson, the 11-story building holds 175 apartments, ranging from studios to three-bedrooms. Leasing for market-rate units launched earlier this year and Streeteasy shows two units currently up for grabs: a penthouse one-bedroom asking $3,185/month, and another one-bedroom asking $3,150/month.
As for the affordable units, there are 10 studio apartments priced at $850/month; 16 one-bedrooms priced at $913/month; six two-bedrooms for $1,105/month; and finally three three-bedrooms for $1,274/month. To qualify, you must have an annual household earning of between $29,143 and $63,060, depending on the type of unit you’re applying for. To see the full restrictions, go here [PDF].
The 2222 Jackson website details that units come with floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak flooring, Bosch appliances, HVAC central air and washer/dryers on every floor. Amenities include a two-story lobby, lounge, library space, gym, indoor pool, landscaped courtyard and roof deck. Some of the apartments come with terraces, as well. As an added bonus, the building’s located right across from MoMA PS1.