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26 West Street exterior 26 West Street exterior
The Greenpoint waterfront is within the midst of extraordinary change. In a decade or so, its western-most blocks will be unrecognizable once more than two-dozen new residential towers come into fruition and more pieces of the waterfront esplanade fall into place. At the southern end of West Street, near the forthcoming Bushwick Inlet Park, an early pioneer is nearing its leasing launch of 96 upscale rentals. Simply known by its address 26 West Street, the building is positioned between Calyer and Oak streets and is one block inland from the East River and within walking distance to the Manhattan Avenue G-train station.
Paying homage to the industrial aesthetic of the numerous loft buildings nearby, the exterior designed by Karl Fischer Architects is clad mostly in red-brick punctuated by neat rows of large multi-pane windows. The building rises a modest 7 stories, and for the time being, western-facing units will possess incredible views of the Manhattan skyline.
Communal lounge
Typical Bathroom and Kitchen
Fiddler Realty is handling 26 West's leasing and has just debuted the building's leasing site. Units will consist of studios starting from $2,350, one-bedrooms form $2,975 one-bedrooms with home offices from $3,450 and two-bedrooms from $3,800. Unit interiors are designed by Durukan Design and feature geometric mosaic tiles and industrial-style light fixtures. According to the firm’s page, “The interior was designed to incorporate modern industrial styling while still conveying a warm, inviting feeling.”
Common areas are defined by a juxtaposition of elements that include custom corrugated metal chandeliers, reclaimed wood paneling and exposed concrete flooring. A large lounge overlooks the lobby and is outfitted with a wet bar, communal table, bookshelves and comfortable seating. Other amenities will include a communal landscape courtyard and roof-deck, a 24-hour attended lobby, fitness center, yoga rooms, a laundry room, business center, recreation room, bicycle storage and on-site parking for 19 vehicles. All common areas are provided with free high-speed wi-fi.
 
 
 
 
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According to 6sqft, the project sits across from a large parking lot once owned by Consolidated Freight, where in 2005 the postmodern-prince himself, Karl Fischer, penned an axial, multi-tower scheme for the waterfront parcel. Nearby a 19-story, 234 unit rental is beginning construction at 27 West Street.
26 West Street nears completion; CItyRealty
The building's exterior pays homage to the Greenpoint's industrial aesthetic; CityRealty
26 West Street and the future Greenpoint skyline

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