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Renderings of The Greenpoint (Credit: Neoscape) Renderings of The Greenpoint (Credit: Neoscape)
If you saw any part of the Macy’s Fourth of July fireworks on Tuesday, you may have noticed the shimmering sentinel anchoring the northern Brooklyn waterfront. The under-construction tower is called the Greenpoint, named after its surrounding neighborhood. The 40-story tower with a courtyarded low-rise extension will host a sun-kissed collection of condo and rental residences that offer boundless views of the city and skyline.

Last week, the team officially kicked off sales on the 95 condos which will float at least 300 feet above the East River waterfront. The homes will be among buyers first chance to take root at the shore of one of Brooklyn’s most scenic and fastest evolving neighborhoods.
145-West-Street Rendered view of the Greenpoint's upper floors looking west to Manhattan (Neoscape)
The-Greenpoint-023 Living room (Neoscape)
The-Greenpoint-023 Kitchen (Neoscape)
The Greenpoint’s condos will be bright and airy, enhanced by full height windows, up to 10’5” ceiling heights and private balconies or terraces siding most apartments. Prices will start at $989K for one-bedrooms, $1.52M for two-bedrooms and $2.16M for three-bedrooms.
There will be 30,000-square-feet of indoor and outdoor amenities which includes a sun deck, fitness center, basketball court with courtside lounge, a club room, co-working areas and a furnished courtyard garden called “Greenpoint Gardens.”
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The Greenpoint spans an entire block between India and Java streets and will overlook a 30,000-square-foot waterfront park being built by the project’s developers. The complex is two blocks west the Greenpoint Ave. subway station and is adjacent to the India Street landing and pier of the recently-expanded East River Ferry. Likely in a decade or two, the entire Greenpoint/Williamsburg shoreline will be knit together by a public esplanade.

Directly to the south of the project, RedSky and JZ Capital Partners plan to build a similarly-scaled complex at 18 India Street. Directly to the north, Bridgewater Capital Partners purchased a 1.5-acre lot at 53 Huron purchased a 1.5-acre lot that can accomodate up to 180,000 square feet of residential development.
The-Greenpoint-02 Construction progress of the Greenpoint as of early July (CityRealty)
The-Greenpoint-02 The Greenpoint from Manhattan in early July 2017 (CityRealty)
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