Townhouse-Style Condos in Greenpoint Go Modern: Huge Windows, Faceted Lights, Outdoor Kitchens


There’s two new neighbors on the block in Greenpoint — and they feature contemporary design indoors and out.

A boutique condo development, 184 Russell Street comprises two units, a triplex and a duplex. Each home has a private entrance, and they share a concrete and cedar-wood facade, set off by concrete planters.

Inside, big windows, white marble floors and contemporary geometric black metal light fixtures set a mood that continues outside where a roof deck offers sweeping views and a gleaming outdoor kitchen.


No. 2 is the triplex unit at 184 Russell Street. It has 11.5-foot ceilings, marble tiling, and a wall of floor to ceiling windows.


The main floor has a front room with a concrete fireplace for cold winter nights. The kitchen has a 13-foot-long island and hand-crafted cabinetry with a wood finish. The back of the main floor has a sitting room area.


The bedrooms are upstairs; the master suite has custom closest and an en suite bath with soaking tub and steam shower. The second bedroom can fit a king size bed and also has custom-built closets with a wood finish.


The penthouse floor has another en suite bath. There’s three private roof terraces off of the penthouse floor, including an outdoor kitchen and wet bar.


On the roof, there’s an eagle’s nest with sweeping views of New York’s famous skyline.

No. 1 is the duplex unit in the building. The main level has an open plan living area and kitchen with an island and a wine bar.

The master bedroom contains a wet room spa, soaking tub and steam shower. There’s also a walk-in closet.


Both bedrooms in the unit open up onto a terrace that leads down into the private backyard. A patio off the lower level features an outdoor kitchen and wet bar.

Downstairs is a rec room with exposed brick, a washer-dryer unit and half bath.


Developed by The Pros Management and marketed by The InHouse Group, 184 Russell is located half a block from McGolrick Park. Nearby shops and restaurants include Cafe Grumpy, Five Leaves and Selamat Pagi.


It’s also not far from McCarren Park; a wealth of groceries, butchers and bakeries on Manhattan Avenue; and the Nassau stop on the G subway train.


No. 1 at 184 Russell is asking $1.795 million, and No. 2 is asking $2.85 million.

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