ODA New York’s cantilevering building rising in Long Island City is hitting the rental market this spring but looks into the new building have been limited—until now. The Post got a peek at new renderings of the 175-rental building’s interiors, the first put on display. The studios to three-bedrooms of 222 Jackson will hit the market in April asking from $2,600. Tenants can expect the luxe rental to have the amenities du jour: an attended, triple-height lobby; valet parking; a resident roof deck; and, via a membership, access to the building’s gym, pool, and resident’s lounge.
The renderings also come along with new intel about the apartments, mainly that the rentals will have white oak floors, Blomberg and Bosch kitchen appliances, and some units will have private outdoor space and/or concrete ceilings.