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One of New York's ongoing challenges will be finding room for thousands of new housing units while retaining the character and flavor of our neighborhoods. Despite limitations causes by high land and construction costs, the city's next generation of builders is taking a more sensitive approach, trading out spartan glass skins for more textural, natural-inspired approaches that pay tribute to the surrounding context.
In Greenpoint, Brooklyn's northernmost neighborhood beloved for its pierogis, low scale, and waterfront views, sales have launched at 169 Huron Street, a new 10-unit condo building at the corner of Manhattan Avenue. A one-bedroom is listed for $965K, and a two-bedroom is available for $1.525 million.
169 Huron Street
169-Huron-Street-93 Clean modern exterior of 169 Huron Street designed by INC Architecture & Design
Prior to demolition and construction as of July 2021
Developer RedHoek+Partners is at the helm of the project, which marks its first foray outside its namesake neighborhood. Renderings have just been revealed for a new, industrially inspired condo at 199 Conover Street, and other projects include The Conover, 68 Sullivan Street, and 121 Dikeman Street.
INC Architecture & Design (the team behind Vandewater) is behind the design of the new building, which rose on the former site of vegan restaurant Jungle Cafe (it has moved one block over to 131 Greenpoint Avenue). It is distinguished by a floating porcelain rain screen facade by Porcelanosa, which offers a stylish exterior as well as increased waterproofing and durability.
Greenpoint real estate condos 169 Huron Street apartment deals new york All residences are corner units with south facing and double exposures
169-Huron-Street-02 Typical kitchen finishes
169 Huron Street bath
169 Huron Street Nearly all units come with private outdoor space
Renderings showed clean, sophisticated interiors with natural materials, and the first availabilities live up to that with exposed concrete ceilings, European white oak floors, and quartz countertops. They also feature double exposures, oversized floor-to-ceiling windows, expansive living areas, private balconies, and in-unit washer and dryer. Kitchens come equipped with custom millwork, tile work and fixtures by Porcelanosa, and Fisher & Paykel appliances. Baths are fully outfitted with textured, non-slip Porcelanosa tile, wooden floating vanity, hidden ballast toilet, rain shower, and matte black fixtures.
No more than two apartments per floor allow for excellent privacy, and the building has an elevator, common roof deck, and bike room. It also has an address in the heart of Greenpoint, only two blocks from the Greenpoint Avenue G train and a short walk to the Greenpoint ferry terminal (temporarily closed). A protected bike lane is on the way to McGuinness Boulevard, and the dining and nightlife of Manhattan Avenue and Franklin Street are a short walk out.
Greenpoint condos Rendering of common roof deck with open views of the city and its estuaries

↓ The largest unit available is a two-bedroom maisonette asking $2.08M

169 Huron Street floor plan

↓ Two-bedrooms ask from $1.5 million

169 Huron Street - Greenpoint two-bedroom

↓ One-beds with balconies are priced from $955K

↓ Greenpoint's median condo prices are once again on the upswing as higher-end units come online.

Greenpoint sales data
With many Manhattanites discovering the the value and charm of Greenpoint, residential prices have been on the upswing with condos now asking a median price of $1.02 million ($1,317/ft2) and co-ops coming in at $800K. Among several new developments recently debuted are 1080 Lorimer, 81 McGuinness Boulevard, and 975 Manhattan Avenue.


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