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The Huron (Serhant LLC) The Huron (Serhant LLC)
In the wake of a 2003 rezoning that opened up Williamsburg and Greenpoint's East River waterfront to high-density development, the former site of a nondescript warehouse has given rise to The Huron, a new condominium development comprising two towers, a shared podium, 171 housing units, and all the amenities one can imagine. Building permits were filed in early 2019; most recently, sales have commenced on the units inside. Current availabilities start at $750,000 for studios, $920,000 for one-bedrooms, $1,310,000 for two-bedrooms, and $2,375,000 for three-bedrooms.
The Huron Construction 2023 Construction progress at The Huron in September 2023 (CityRealty)
At an average price of $1,656 per square foot, The Huron comes in well above the Greenpoint average of $1,264 per square foot (per CityRealty data). However, it is important to note that amenity-rich luxury condominiums such as this are few and far between in Greenpoint. With the exception of The Greenpoint, the local building boom largely comprises low-rise boutique condominiums with well-appointed interiors and excellent privacy, but little in the way of residential amenities. In stark contrast,
The Huron offers a 30,000+ square-foot amenity package enhanced by river views, including:
  • State-of-the-art fitness center with Peloton bikes, movement studio with ballet barres, and separate locker rooms with sauna
  • 50-foot indoor saltwater pool
  • Coworking area with pods and conference space
  • Game room with large-screen TV
  • Explorers’ Room children’s playroom
  • Residents’ lounge with pool table and bar
  • Dining room with fireplace
  • Second-floor outdoor park with treehouse-inspired playground
  • Rooftop terraces on each tower
1 Huron Street pool
Fitness center with skyline views
Lounge with pool table
Children's playroom
Courtyard with treehouse playground
Roof terrace
The distinguishing factor of project designer Morris Adjmi Architects’ developments is not engineering gymnastics or daring form-making, but rather subdued high-quality exteriors that relate to New York's pre-war architectural vernacular. The Huron is no exception, with its industrially inspired aesthetic, brick podium, bronze-trimmed metal, and gridded facade. In a video on the project, Mr. Adjmi says they intentionally avoided using a lot of glass and cites the area’s manufacturing and shipbuilding histories as inspiration for The Huron.
1 Huron Street-01 The development will unlock another piece of the Greenpoint's public waterfront esplanade and provide breathtaking views of Manhattan

"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

The Huron in construction The Huron and Eagle and West in October 2023
Like many Morris Adjmi designs, The Huron appears to have always been part of the neighborhood. But this was not their first plan for the site; it evolved from an earlier plan with a more contemporary feel. It also stands in stark contrast to a shelved design by AB Architekten, which 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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In addition to the new housing, The Huron development brings another part of the public waterfront esplanade to Greenpoint. It is located several blocks south of the Greenpoint Landing development that was instrumental in the neighborhood's transformation. The Greenpoint ferry stop is only one block away, and local mainstays like Paulie Gee’s and The Moonlight Mile can be found on surrounding blocks.

↓ The first thing anyone will do upon entering The Huron is pause to admire the view of the East River and Manhattan skyline.

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Skyline and river views

↓ In a statement from the developer, Quadrum Global managing director Amir Setayesh said, “With The Huron, we channeled our expertise in hospitality to create inviting, functional, and exceptional residences." Open floor plates with airy ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and wide plank engineered oak floors live up to that.

Living room with river and skyline views

↓ Open-plan kitchens feature honed Italian Dolit marble slabs, imported cabinetry and drawers, and a full suite of integrated Miele appliances.

Open kitchen with center island

↓ Bedrooms offer generous square footage and storage alike.

Bedroom with river views

↓ The center of the primary bath is a glass-enclosed, walk-in Signature rain shower.

Primary bath with glass shower

↓ Nearly 40 percent of units at The Huron come with private terraces or balconies.

Private terrace overlooking the East River

↓ Studios start at $750,000.

Studio floor plan

↓ One-bedrooms start at $920,000, and select units offer a floor plan that allows for home office space.

One-bedroom floor plan
One-bedroom with foyer large enough for home office

↓ Two-bedrooms start at $1,310,000.

Two-bedroom floor plan

↓ Three-bedrooms start at $2,375,000.

Three-bedroom floor plan
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