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WNYC Transmitter Park with 30 Kent Avenue in the center (Wiki Commons - Rhododendrite https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Rhododendrites) WNYC Transmitter Park with 30 Kent Avenue in the center (Wiki Commons - Rhododendrite https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Rhododendrites)
Future residents of 30 Kent Street just got closer to being able to enjoy unobstructed views of the Manhattan skyline and backyard-like access to the popular WNYC Transmitter Park on the Greenpoint-Williamsburg waterfront: A recent site visit saw the brick facade up, windows installed, and balconies in place; additionally, a leasing site has just launched .
Plans for 30 Kent Avenue date back to 2018, when the first permits were filed and early renderings were revealed. The project was helmed by a joint venture between BNS Real Estate and Wonder Works Construction Corp. The design by Kutnicki Bernstein Architects is not one of the more adventurous or appealing to take shape on the Greenpoint waterfront, but the floor-to-ceiling windows guarantee abundant natural light. The bulky building contains several small components, separates by different varieties of brick and a variety of setbacks.
All renderings and illustrations credit of Kutnicki Bernstein Architects
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The 11-story building has seven to 11 apartments per floor with the exception of the penthouse level, which only has two residences. All apartments will feature wide-plank hardwood floors, kitchens with Caesarstone countertops and integrated appliances, and baths with Porcelanosa tiles. One-bedroom apartments and larger come with in-unit washer/dryers, and select units have private balconies.
 
 
 
 
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Earlier this winter, an affordable lottery took place for 24 rent-stabilized units starting at $1,437/month. Market-rate apartments are expected to start at $2,780/month for studios, $4,225/month for one-bedrooms, and $5,300/month for two-bedrooms.
30 Kent Avenue’s amenity package includes The Loft, a coworking spot with separate work areas and spectacular waterfront views; The Garden, which centers on activity with a gym, outdoor recreation area, and patio; and The Deck, a roof terrace. Additional conveniences are expected to include a pet spa, a central laundry room, and bike parking.
 
 
 
 
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However, the greatest perk may be its Greenpoint address. The building is only a block and a half away from WNYC Transmitter Park, which took shape on the former site of radio transmission towers in the wake of the Greenpoint rezoning. It now offers open green space, nature gardens, a children’s playground, a curved bridge for cyclists and pedestrians, and a waterfront esplanade. Local favorites like Paulie Gee’s, Ovenly, and Threes Brewing are a short walk away. While ferry service has been temporarily suspended (Greenpointers estimates that service will return in September 2022), the Greenpoint Avenue G train is two blocks from the building.
1 java Street 1 Java Street development site with the The Greenpoint/NYC Ferry Slip to the right and WNYC Transmitter Park to the far left (JLL)
It is also situated in the midst of robust development along the Greenpoint-Williamsburg waterfront. Just to the north, permits were filed for a 14-story residential building to rise on the 2.9-acre site at 1 Java Street in August 2021. Lendlease bought the site from Brooklyn-based Red Sky Capital in October 2020; the groundbreaking is estimated for late 2022 or early 2023, and completion is estimated for 2026.

The Greenpoint Landing mega-development is still going strong with a leasing launch on the horizon for Eagle & West; availabilities at One Blue Slip start at $4,475/month. In the opposite direction, the tallest tower in a four-building master plan on Calyer Place topped out at 40 stories high earlier this spring; this will ultimately bring approximately 1,000 new housing units, 10,000 square feet of retail space, over 7,000 square feet of community space to the neighborhood. On the condo front, construction is underway on The Huron, a two-towered development to offer a design by Morris Adjmi Architects and 30,000 square feet of luxury amenities.

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