Art in Real Estate

May 29, 2018
Published in Upscale Living Magazine
When designing the common areas for their residential projects, New York City real estate developers have begun including significant artworks as an aesthetic amenity all their own. Take for example, the floor-to-ceiling glass art installation in The Jackson’s lobby. This beautiful work by renowned artist Tom Fruin, whose glass water tower in Dumbo is a New York City public art icon, gives the feel of an art gallery to the lobby of The Jackson, which is a collection of 56 LIC luxury apartments located beside MoMA PS1 in the heart of LIC’s art district. Marketing and sales at The Jackson are being handled by Modern Spaces, the professional real estate group based in LIC.
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