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Checking in on The Greenpoint, where one-bedrooms will ask from $1.1M

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Facade installation is well underway at the waterfront neighborhood’s tallest building

Photos by Zoe Rosenberg

Greenpoint’s tallest building is hurtling towards the finish line. The 40-story waterfront tower topped out in February, and its glass facade is already largely in place along its East River-fronting side. (There are great views of the building from the ferry, which also stops right out front as a new rendering, below, eagerly points out.)

The waterfront rental and condo tower is poised to launch sales this summer, with prices for its 95 condos starting around $1.1 million for one-bedrooms, $1.575 million for two-bedrooms, and $2.2 million for three-bedrooms. The building will also have studio condos, but approximate pricing for those apartments has yet to be announced. Starting rents for the building’s 368 rentals also remain under wraps, but assume they’ll be on par with other fancy new development.

No surprise here: the rentals will occupy the building’s lower floors, saving the views for the big bucks-wielding condo buyers. An adjacent five-story building set off the waterfront, along India and Huron streets, that will be connected to the tower via a courtyard will hold 81 of the building’s rentals.

The building, officially known as The Greenpoint, is being developed by Mack Real Estate Group and Palin Enterprises, in conjunction with Urban Development Partners, and is designed by none other than ubiquitous architect Ismael Leyva.

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