Located on the sixth floor, the apartment has three polygonal shaped rooms with original wood floors, moldings and doors.
The latest iteration of the Greenpointers Market will not only have plenty of shopping, food and drink options, it'll also transport you back to the 1920s.
These condos near McGolrick Park in Greenpoint are long on features and detail, including concrete, marble, wood, big windows, custom closets and outdoor kitchens.
The weather might be getting a little colder, but you won't have to travel far and wide to get a taste of the tropics this holiday season.
McGuinness Boulevard in Greenpoint takes its name from a politician once dubbed "The King Of Greenpoint."
Since last fall’s update, construction has steadily moved forward at Park Tower Group’s Greenpoint Landing mega-development in Greenpoint.
The progress has been concentrated on the first three low-rise buildings, all of which contain only affordable units and are developed in partnership with L+M Development, co-developers of the townhouses at Navy Green. Handel Architects, designers for the 10-building master plan, are also in charge of these first three buildings.
First to begin, 21 Commercial Street has almost wrapped up installation of its exterior wall. The design calls for a predominantly brick facade with black metal accents and industrial style windows.
Brownstoner takes on Brooklyn history in Nabe Names, a series of briefs on the origins and surprising stories of neighborhood nomenclature.
Brooklyn’s northernmost neighborhood, Greenpoint is known for its Polish heritage and waterfront views.
Demolition may soon commence at Greenpoint’s maligned NuHart Plastics Superfund site, where the Fire Department shut down a massive rave this past Halloween over safety issues. Though a concerned local wrote to tell Brownstoner that the warehouse — which contains and sits on top of toxic chemicals — would be torn down starting today, the developer assured us that the wrecking ball isn’t in place just yet.
Buildings will soon be rising right and left along Greenpoint‘s waterfront, but the design for this possible development at 53 Huron Street is a bit more interesting than average.
Satisfy your theater, alcohol and Brooklyn-warehouse cravings in a single wild night of culture.