New Rendering For The Greenpoint, 39-Story Tower Rising at 21 India Street in Brooklyn

The Greenpoint, 21 India StreetThe Greenpoint, 21 India Street

Brooklyn’s waterfront is booming, and today YIMBY has a fresh rendering of one tower coming to the northern end, at 21 India Street, in Greenpoint. The site had previously gone by the address 10 Huron Street, and is currently sprouting a 39-story and 392-foot-tall tower, aptly dubbed The Greenpoint, which will contain apartments on its lower floors and condominiums up above.

Ismael Leyva Architects is behind the design, while Mack Real Estate Group and Palin Enterprises, alongside Urban Development Partners, are developing the project. YIMBY first unveiled the design back in 2015.

The tower was already a few floors above street level the last time we checked in this past May, and per the most recent update on the Forums, the building looks fairly close to topping-out.

The Greenpoint

The Greenpoint/21 India Street at center, photo by 5BFilms via YIMBY Forums

The site is quite large, and will include both the larger tower and a smaller five-story component, with 463 units in all. The tower portion will be divided between 287 rental units and 95 condominiums, which will start on the 28th floor and end at 40 (the marketing count bumps floor numbers by one when compared to the DOB). The five-story building will have 81 rentals.

While 21 India Street currently stands solo, it will soon be joined by the towers of Greenpoint Landing, where work has already begun on the first few affordable buildings. Eventually, over 5,500 units will be built as part of that project.

As for The Greenpoint, completion is expected by the spring of 2018.

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4 Comments on "New Rendering For The Greenpoint, 39-Story Tower Rising at 21 India Street in Brooklyn"

  1. My feeling very impressed by 39-story tower, and waterfront awesomely beautiful on light.

  2. How very phalic.

  3. Well it’s symmetrical – I’ll give it that.

  4. This is so depressing. By Building monstrosities like this, they are destroying everything about the neighborhood that made people want to live there.

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