One Bell Slip Starts to Rise in North Brooklyn’s Greenpoint Landing

One Bell Slip ((left). Photo by Michael Young

Construction has risen past the podium section at One Bell Slip, a 368-foot-tall residential tower in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Designed by Handel Architects and developed by Brookfield Property Partners and Park Tower Group, the 31-story building will bring 413 units to the 22-acre, ten-tower Greenpoint Landing riverfront development. The structure is rising just to the north of the completed 37 Blue Slip.

Recent photos from Hunters Point South show the reinforced concrete superstructure reaching the ninth floor. The yellow safety cocoon was recently installed around the perimeter of the floor plates, and the construction crane stands perched atop the two-story podium. The structure should continue to ascend steadily throughout the rest of the summer, followed by the installation of the curtain wall, which is depicted to resemble those of 37 and 41 Blue Slip.

One Bell Slip (left). Photo by Michael Young

One Bell Slip. Photo by Michael Young

One Bell Slip. Photo by Michael Young

One Bell Slip will span 379,803 square feet, of which 292,029 square feet will be dedicated for residential space and 992 for commercial use. Overall, the entire Greenpoint Landing development will eventually yield 5,500 residential units, with 1,400 designated for permanent affordable housing, as well as a park by James Corner Field Operations and a K-8 public school. The closest subway is the G train, located a half mile away at Greenpoint Avenue.

No details have been released regarding One Bell Slip’s amenities. Below is a rendering, which is now likely outdated.

Greenpoint Landing

One Bell Slip (left). Rendering via Gothamist

A completion date for One Bell Slip has not been announced.

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1 Comment on "One Bell Slip Starts to Rise in North Brooklyn’s Greenpoint Landing"

  1. The rendering at the bottom is obviously of the already completed 37 Blue Slip, not 1 Bell Slip.

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