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Rendering: Neoscape; Building photo: Will Femia Rendering: Neoscape; Building photo: Will Femia
Greenpoint’s East River waterfront is shaping up to be the city’s next vibrant waterside locale. Just last week we reported the sale launches of two new condo buildings (50 Greenpoint Avenue and 170-174 West Street) near the low-key neighborhood's shoreline. Now we can announce the topping-off of its first and tallest tower, fittingly named The Greenpoint. Inside the block-long development will be 95 condos and 287 rental apartments, most of which are to feature sweeping views of the river and Manhattan skyline.
Rising some 400 feet high and 39 stories tall, the prominent structure broadcasts the arrival of the neighborhood —or its downfall, according to locals— all the way to Manhattan. The complex replaces a forlorn warehouse building and is the first of many to rise along the area’s largely-neglected waterfront. The building is officially addressed at 21 India Street and directly fronts East River Ferry’s Greenpoint stop. It's also two long blocks from the G train, located on Greenpoint Avenue.
21-India-2 The Greenoint recently topped out at 400'; Photo Credit: Will Femia
Ismael Leyva Architects is behind the design of the block-long complex. The tower component rises at the far-west end of the block and unabashedly rises in symmetrical and triumphant form that recalls the city’s skyscrapers of the 20s and 30s. Behind the glass-sheathed tower is a sprawling five-story building that will be clad in more traditional materials that parallel the neighborhood’s built environment.
The-Greenpoint-3 The Greenpoint from West and India Street; CityRealty
21-India-83 Residents will enjoy expansive views of the Manhattan's east side skyline; CityRealty
The-Greenpoint-3 East River Ferry's India Street pier and station is located steps away from The Greenpoint; CityRealty
21-India-89 The Greenpoint looking down Huron Street; CityRealty
A registration site has launched for the building’s condominiums and prospective buyers and renters can sign up for updates on the development via our page. Apartments will range from studios to three-bedrooms, many of which will feature private outdoor spaces to take-in the dazzling views of the city There will be approximately 30,000-square-feet of amenities that include on-site parking, a porte-cochère, a fitness center, a swimming pool, children’s playroom, a library and business center. The communal outdoor areas amount to 12,000 square feet —including an expansive communal courtyard, encircled by the low-rise wing.
Mack Real Estate Group and Palin Enterprises, alongside Urban Development Partners, are the developers of the project. Delivery is scheduled for spring 2018.
The-Greenpoint-4 Rendering of porte-cochere and landscaped spaces around the tower; Credit Neoscape
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