The Greenpoint Opens for Occupancy at 21 India Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

The Greenpoint from Midtown. Photo by Michael Young

The Greenpoint, aka 21 India Street, is nearing full completion and available for immediate occupancy in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The glass, steel, and brick façade is complete and the waterfront landscaping across from the main entrance was recently finished, featuring rolling hills, shrubbery, and seating with views of Midtown. The 392-foot-tall, 454,502-square-foot waterfront property is designed by Ismael Leyva Architects and developed by Mack Real Estate Group and Palin Enterprises, while Corcoran Sunshine is leading of sales and marketing for the structure’s 95 units.

The Greenpoint also recently unveiled a new Kaws sculpture titled “Waiting” that now sits next to the porte cochere, right across from the East River ferry terminal.

The Greenpoint from the East River Ferry Terminal. Photo by Michael Young

Looking straight on at the western elevation. Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

Photo by Michael Young

The Greenpoint from Midtown. Photo by Michael Young

The 20-foot-tall bronze Kaws sculpture was dedicated at the end of September at an event with its Brooklyn-based artist and creator, Brian Donnelly.

Brian Donnelly’s permanent KAWS sculpture is now on display as part of the exterior of The Greenpoint. Photo from the Kaws Instagram account

Amenities include a concierge, laundry room, exercise room, meeting rooms, a common outdoor courtyard, a parking garage, and a children’s playroom. The New York Times previously reported that 63 units have been sold with a median price of $1,535,456.

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5 Comments on "The Greenpoint Opens for Occupancy at 21 India Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn"

  1. 500K SF building with only 95 units means the units are very large. When are NYC developers going to realize that the market for expensive, family sized units are oversaturated?

    There’s a tremendous market for smaller, less costly units because that market has been ignored these past few years during the boom.

  2. There are 95 condos and 300+ rental units in this building

  3. Incredibly ugly cartoon-like sculpture will greet people coming to the building. A plus or minus for potential occupants?

    According to current estimates, the lobby will be under water at high tide in only 30 years. Hope the place is priced accordingly!

    • Fortunately those estimates are absolutely worthless. As for the sculpture, it’s a lot better than the type of drab garbage you see in most places. It could be better but let’s not pretend either of us will live there and have to see it regularly.

  4. @antinimby the 95 condos are start on the top of the tower from floors 28-PH level. Everything below in the tower is market rate rentals. The low-rise portion that takes up most of the west side of the block is a mix of market rate and median income rentals. All in all it’s almost 600 units in total, so your complaint is misguided.

    Also, closings started in April so this is very old news.

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