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Rendering of Waterview at Greenpoint via CetraRuddy Rendering of Waterview at Greenpoint via CetraRuddy
Greenpoint Landing is taking its once-industrial neighborhood by storm but has by no means cornered the market on new construction in the area. Just northeast of the mega-development, the former site of a two-story, 95,000-square-foot warehouse is being transformed into a three-building complex dubbed Waterview at Greenpoint by Brooklyn-based developer Clipper Equity. Permits were issued in October 2020, and the groundbreaking took place shortly after. A more recent site visit shows work is well underway.
Photos of Waterview at Greenpoint construction circa January 2021 via CityRealty
According to renderings by CetraRuddy, Waterview at Greenpoint is set to comprise a seven-story podium, a 40-story tower, and a 30-story tower with a total of 720 units between them (200 of which will be affordable). The 30-story, 222-unit tower at 77 Commercial Street will offer such amenities as a fitness center, children’s playroom, and accessory terrace. Amenities at the 40-story, 298-unit tower at 87 Commercial Street will include a fitness center, pool with locker rooms, library, and outdoor terrace. Upon completion, residents can be assured of dramatic views of the waterfront and the Manhattan skyline, not to mention new Long Island City vistas - it is directly across Newton Creek from a pair of massive towers in Hunters Point South.
In addition to the new housing units, Waterview at Greenpoint will feature a 300-space underground parking garage, approximately 25,000 square feet of retail space, and community outdoor space designed by MPFP and set to connect to Greenpoint Landing through an esplanade. It is next door to an MTA bus parking lot that is set to become Box Street Park.
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77-Commercial-Street-03 Renderings via MPFP
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