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37 Blue Slip 37 Blue Slip
In 2015, Brookfield Property Group bought a majority stake in 37 and 41 Blue Slip, two high-rises in Greenpoint Landing, a 22-acre waterfront development that will bring 11 new residential towers and a total of approximately 5,500 new apartments. Some of the smaller buildings are complete, but now the first high-rise in the sprawling master plan has topped out construction.

37 Blue Slip is a 30-story, 362-unit rental tower designed by Handel Architects. The building is organized to make the most of dramatic Manhattan views, and the façade will be clad in brick, metal, and glass. Building amenities will include a fitness center with yoga and free weight rooms, co-working lounge, roof terrace, game room, terrace, children’s playroom, parking, storage, and bike storage.
37 Blue Slip -03 37 Blue Slip from the East RIver Ferry (CityRealty)
37 Blue Slip (CityRealty)
37-Blue-Slip-04 37 Blue Slip earlier this summer (CityRealty)
Upon completion, 37 Blue Slip will be part of a full-fledged waterfront community with public spaces, parks, and a public school. An expansive waterfront esplanade and several retail amenities will be outside the front door. The building is a short distance from the Manhattan Avenue G train stop, as well as the Greenpoint stop on the East River ferry.
Greenpoint Landing-03 Rendering Credit: Handel Architects

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