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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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Demolition Begins Next to India Street Pier

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Demolition has started at the old Huxley Envelope factory on West and India Streets in Greenpoint, where long-stalled plans for a 39-story tower are finally moving forward. The megaproject will bring more than 600 apartments and 23,000 square feet of retail to the block-long site at 145-155 West Street. Last year, developer Richard Mack of Mack Real Estate Group told WSJ the development will be aimed at “millennials” looking for “affordable luxury.” In addition, 20 percent of the apartments will be affordable.

Ismael Levya Architects first filed plans for the building in 2009, after the developers secured special permits from the City Planning Commission. In exchange for the right to build so big, the developers promised to create a 22,000-square-foot waterfront park and playground. There are some nice interior renderings up on Ismael Levya’s website, but we don’t know if they’re up to date.

Palin Enterprises paid $84,570,000 for the 100,000-square-foot factory in 2006. Then it sold again last August to Palin’s development partner, Mack Real Estate Group, for $120,000,000, according to public records.
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Northern Greenpoint has construction on every corner, but the biggest new building headed to the formerly quaint waterfront neighborhood is a 39-story tower at 145-155 West Street, once home to the Huxley Envelope factory. Mack Real Estate and Palin Enterprises demolished the large single-story building in January, and now they’re driving piles for the planned 392-foot-tall high rise between Huron and India Streets on the East River. When YIMBY stopped by the site, we found this rendering tacked to the construction fence.

The development has been in the works since 2008, when Curbed first unearthed designs for the mixed-income project. The recession stalled construction for several years, but the developers resurrected their plans last summer, telling WSJ they wanted to offer “affordable luxury” for millennials.

The DOB issued new building permits in May, and they list the new address as 10 Huron Street. There will be 500 apartments divided across 463,000 square feet, yielding average units of 926 square feet. The first floor will host 3,800 square feet of medical offices and 8,600 square feet of retail.

Apartments will begin on the second floor, with 15 units, followed by 27 on the third floor, 32 units on the fourth and fifth floors, and eight to 14 units a piece on the remaining 34 stories. Twenty percent of the units—or 100 apartments—will rent at below-market rates.

Amenities will take up parts of the second and third floors, including shared terraces, a playroom, business center, residential storage and bike storage. The building will also have 257 parking spots distributed between the cellar and second floor, even though the Greenpoint Avenue G train stop is just three blocks away. Regular ferry service also runs to Manhattan, Williamsburg and Brooklyn Heights from the India Street Pier next door.

Architect Ismael Levya first filed plans in 2009, and the design hasn’t changed dramatically since YIMBY posted this rendering in January.
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Mack, Palin Enterprises land $290M construction loan for Greenpoint tower

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Mack Real Estate Group and Palin Enterprises landed $290 million in construction financing from the New York State Housing Finance Agency for their 39-story apartment tower on the Greenpoint waterfront, according to property records filed with the city Wednesday.

The developers, which partnered up on the stalled site at 10 Huron Street two years ago, will set aside 20 percent of the project’s 640 units as affordable housing.

A representative for Mack Real Estate Group declined to comment. The 800,000-square-foot project – which uses an alternate address of 155 West Street – is already several stories out of the ground.

Palin had paid $84.57 million in 2006 to purchase the property and secured permits for the site during the recession.

The block-long site sits just south of Greenpoint Landing, where the Park Tower Group and L+M Development plan to construct 10 buildings on a 22-acre campus with 5,500 new apartments, 1,400 of which will be affordable.
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Great shots ILNY. Good to see these under the radar towers rise. Mind you this is 400 ft, yet forgettable. Sad, but at the same time a testament to how much is going on.
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On the right (Lone tower). Hint: Will not be alone for long.


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New Rendering For The Greenpoint, 39-Story Tower Rising At 21 India Street In Brooklyn



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Brooklyn’s waterfront is booming, and today YIMBY has a fresh rendering of one tower coming to the northern end, at 21 India Street, in Greenpoint. The site had previously gone by the address 10 Huron Street, and is currently sprouting a 39-story and 392-foot-tall tower, aptly dubbed The Greenpoint, which will contain apartments on its lower floors and condominiums up above.

The site is quite large, and will include both the larger tower and a smaller five-story component, with 463 units in all. The tower portion will be divided between 287 rental units and 95 condominiums, which will start on the 28th floor and end at 40 (the marketing count bumps floor numbers by one when compared to the DOB). The five-story building will have 81 rentals.

While 21 India Street currently stands solo, it will soon be joined by the towers of Greenpoint Landing, where work has already begun on the first few affordable buildings. Eventually, over 5,500 units will be built as part of that project.


As for The Greenpoint, completion is expected by the spring of 2018.
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Massive Mixed-Use Tower and Mid-Rise Development on the Rise in Brooklyn
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Currently rising in the up-and-coming Greenpoint neighbourhood in Brooklyn, the eponymously named The Greenpoint is set to redefine the local waterfront. The massive 39-storey, 640-unit, mixed-use tower and mid-rise development has already become a fixture of the city's rapidly rising skyline. Designed by Ismael Leyva Architects for developers Mack Real Estate and Palin Enterprises, the mixed-use complex will encompass a total of 716,982 square feet, with ample room for 19,324 square feet of ground floor retail that will be divided between the tower and mid-rise components, along with a 3,802-square-foot medical office.
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Greenpoint’s tallest tower tops out at nearly 400 feet



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Greenpoint’s tallest building (for now) has reached its pinnacle at nearly 400 feet, also making it one of Brooklyn’s tallest buildings. Named after the neighborhood it’s in, The Greenpoint, is collaboration between Mack Real Estate Group, Palin Enterprises, and Urban Development Partners.

The massive, 40-story development is split up into condos and rentals with the lower portion of building made up of the rentals, and the condos beginning on the 28th floor. In all, there will be 95 condos and 368 rentals, though not all the rentals are located in this 40-story skyscraper.

287 rentals will be found below the 28th floor, but the rest will be part of a five-story building adjacent to the main tower, and connected via a large resident’s courtyard.

Located at 21 India Street, the Ismael Levya Architects-designed building will feature apartments that range in size from studios to three-bedrooms. The shorter building however will feature studio through two-bedrooms.
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Greenpoint's First Skyscraper Tops Off, Condos + Rentals to Feature Spectacular Manhattan Views
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Greenpoint’s East River waterfront is shaping up to be the city’s next vibrant waterside locale. Just last week we reported the sale launches of two new condo buildings (50 Greenpoint Avenue and 170-174 West Street) near the low-key neighborhood's shoreline. Now we can announce the topping-off of its first and tallest tower, fittingly named The Greenpoint. Inside the block-long development will be 95 condos and 287 rental apartments, most of which are to feature sweeping views of the river and Manhattan skyline.




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