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Rendering of 1 Huron Street (Morris Adjmi Architects) Rendering of 1 Huron Street (Morris Adjmi Architects)
In the wake of a 2003 rezoning that opened up Williamsburg and Greenpoint's East River waterfront to high-density development, a large site once home to a long-nondescript warehouse is receiving a pair of 13-story buildings to comprise 171 condo units and all the amenities one could imagine. Quadrum Global, the developer behind Arlo Hotels, is at the helm of the project; managing director Amir Setayesh said in a statement, "With The Huron, we channeled our expertise in hospitality to create inviting, functional, and exceptional residences."
Designed by the acclaimed contextualists at Morris Adjmi Architects, the development has been knighted The Huron and newly-released renderings show two understated brick and multi-paned windowed towers sharing a common lobby and connected via a fourth-floor courtyard. As we recently covered, what has set Morris Adjmi's developments apart are not engineering gymnastics or daring form-making, but rather subdued high-quality exteriors that relate to New York's pre-war architectural vernacular. According to the firm's page on the project, "The building’s glass and steel towers reflect Greenpoint’s industrial heritage, while the rough brick podium is inspired by the materials and scale of surrounding warehouses."
1 Huron Street 1 Huron Street will be composed of two 13-story towers sharing a common podium.

"At the ground plane, the rough brick podium is inspired by the materials and scale of surrounding warehouses —vestiges of the neighborhood’s industrial past. For the towers above, we drew inspiration from post-industrial architecture, the cinematic hues of Edward Hopper’s urbanscapes, and the everyday luminosity and artistry of the local community" — Morris Adjmi

1 Huron Street-01 The development will unlock another piece of the Greenpoint's public waterfront esplanade and provide breathtaking views of Manhattan
Building permits were filed in early 2019, and construction is now well underway. A total of 30,000 square feet of amenities will include a fitness center with locker rooms and saunas, an indoor saltwater pool overlooking the Manhattan skyline, a fully equipped residents' lounge, co-working spaces, a private dining room, a media room, a children’s playroom, an outdoor playground, a music practice room, a package room, a roof terrace with BBQ grills, a bike room, and on-site parking. Furthermore, the development will unlock another piece of the Brooklyn waterfront esplanade, which will bring new parkland with spectacular Manhattan vistas to the residences' doorstep.
1 Huron Street pool Amenities include an a swimming pool, gym, yoga studio, sauna, co-working space, catering kitchen, and outdoor playground.
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Nearly all homes will have glorious views of the waterfront and the Manhattan skyline
The Huron will offer more than 20,000 square feet of private outdoor space in the form of terraces and balconies across select units. Further down the waterfront, Adjmi is the designer behind the condos at Front & York in DUMBO whose interiors are defined by subdued and tranquil details clad with natural finishes. So far, what we know for this venture is that kitchens will have integrated appliances, white lacquer cabinets, and swaths of Calacatta marble. Select one-bedroom units will offer dedicated home office space; and, between the success of The Greenpoint condos located nearby and the neighborhood's growing appeal for families, the architects explain that there will be numerous three-bedrooms and four crowning penthouses.
An offering plan to sell the 171 studio through four-bedroom apartments was filed in November 2021 but has not yet been approved. Sales are expected to launch in summer 2022, at which time prices are expected to range from $500K to over $3 million.
CityRealty Condo prices in Greenpoint are near record highs
According to SERHANT New Development, which will be marketing the building, Greenpoint has seen a surge in sales activity with the number of 2021 transactions exceeding the previous market cycle peak in 2017. Indeed, sale prices throughout Greenpoint have increased precipitously over the last decade with recent offerings like The Greenpoint, having just two units available at close to $2,000 per square foot, and 186 Huron Street which is selling one- and two-bedroom spreads at an average of $1,564 per square foot. Overall, the average asking price of a Greenpoint condominium is $1,262,500 ($1,389 per square foot).

"Greenpoint has a vibrant culture that is complementary to the increasing demand for larger homes outside of Manhattan" — Jennifer Alese, Director of New Development, SERHANT

 
 
 
 
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The site is several blocks south of the Greenpoint Landing development, where the latest phase will begin leasing later this year. The Greenpoint ferry stop is only one block away, and local mainstays like Paulie Gee’s, The Moonlight Mile, and Brooklyn Label can be found on surrounding blocks.
Diverging from earlier designs that had a much more contemporary vocabulary, Adjmi says their design is composed of a heavily gridded façade comprised of a window wall system, featuring I-beam profiles on the piers. A shelved design by AB Architekten shows a pair of low-slung boxy buildings with large windows and private terraces for many of the units. Another schematic design by Tan Architect showed a pair of glass edifices propped up on the pre-existing brick and mostly windowless warehouse.
 
 
 
 
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