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Plans for a tall residential tower on the Greenpoint waterfront are being dusted off and renewed.

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Stalled Williamsburg developments push for fresh permits



A trio of stalled development projects along the Williamsburg waterfront are looking to renew their building permits and revive work halted during the recession.

Property owner Rector Hylan is looking to renew a 2006 permit to build 18- and 24- story towers with 450 apartment units at 420-430 Kent Avenue, two blocks from Two Trees Management’s Domino Sugar project. Twenty percent of the units in the properties would be affordable, according to DNAinfo. A nearby project at 462-490 Kent Avenue, dubbed the Rose Plaza on the River, would bring five buildings with 754 units, 226 of which would be affordable. That project was approved in 2010.

The third, a 39-story mixed-use development at 145 and 155 West Street in Greenpoint, approved back in 2009, is also looking to renew its permit for a project that includes 140 units of affordable housing in a building separate from the one that would hold market-rate units.
 

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shocked that this one was never updated. It's a soar thumb. Maybe there's a duplicate thread around here somewhere.

stats: 39 floors, 392' topped out and nearing completion. A waterfront park recently opened in front.

http://fieldcondition.com/blog/2018/4/13/the-greenpoint






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[url="https://commercialobserver.com/2019/07/the-greenpoint/"
]New Greenpoint Apartment Tower Lands $175M HSBC Refi[/url]

One of Greenpoint’s most notable new residential projects has landed a $175 million refinancing from HSBC, city property records show.

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Mack and Palin agreed to set aside about 125 of the complex’s 640 apartments for low-income renters. Last January, 6sqft, a real estate website, reported that the property, known as The Greenpoint, had begun accepting lottery applicants for the affordable units, which are set to go for between $613 for a studio and $1,230 for a two-bedroom unit.

Market-rate renters have much higher prices to contend with: $3,000 for a studio and nearly $5,380 for a two-bedroom apartment in the Ismael Leyva-designed project, according to the building’s website.
https://newyorkyimby.com/2019/01/th...minent-completion-in-greenpoint-brooklyn.html

 
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