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In Greenpoint, a once-stalled condo now sprints toward the finish line

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The Karl Fischer-designed seven-story building has 44 apartments

Via Evenhar Development Corporation

A little over seven months after sales got underway, we’re getting the first look inside a seven-story condo building at the intersection of Greenpoint Avenue and West Street in Greenpoint.

The two model apartments are a two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit, asking $950,000, and a three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, asking $1.75 million. The two-bedroom measures a relatively small 683 square feet whereas the three-bedroom is about twice the size of that at 1,246 square feet. Both apartments were furnished by Hovey Design, with some of the furnishings picked out of stores in the neighborhood.

Some of the standout features of the apartments at 50 Greenpoint include the white oak flooring, energy efficient windows, floor-to-ceiling marble walls in the master bathrooms, and a range of high-end appliances in the kitchen. The three-bedroom is lucky in that it also comes with a small balcony.

The Evenhar Development Corporation-developed condo has been in the works for over a decade now, and has a total of 44 apartments. The developer bought the site at 50 Greenpoint Avenue in 2006 for $4.3 million, but the project got stalled in 2009. Work finally resumed last year, and the condo is now almost 85 percent sold, with closings expected to get underway this summer.

Amenities residents will be able to look forward to once they move in include a landscaped roof deck, a residents lounge, a children’s playroom, a fitness center, indoor/outdoor parking, and a pet spa, among others.

Currently available apartments range from $795,000 for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit, and go up to $2.3 million, for one of the building’s penthouses.

Here’s what the two-bedroom model looks like:

And here’s the three-bedroom: