Construction Update: Greenpoint Landing
 Northwest corner of 37 Blue Slip from the East River.

Northwest corner of 37 Blue Slip from the East River.

Progress continues at Greenpoint Landing, the waterfront mega project from developers Park Tower Group, Brookfield Property Partners, and L+M Development Partners. Handel Architects is responsible for the design of the master plan and the current sites completed or under construction. The master plan will bring 10 towers and about 5,500 residential units to the Greenpoint neighborhood in Brooklyn. Approximately 1,400 of those units will be permanently affordable, some of which are already being offered through housing lotteries for the first three all-affordable low-rise buildings at or near completion. Also included in the development will be a waterfront park from James Corner Field Operations and a K-8 public school on the corner of Franklin and Dupont Street.

Close-up of the northwest corner of the tower at 37 Blue Slip.

Installation of the brick and window wall façade is ongoing at 37 Blue Slip, the first market rate tower of the Greenpoint Landing mega project. The 30-story tower stands 300 feet tall and will offer 373 residential units when completed. The materials were selected to tie the tower into the neighborhood's industrial past and the adjacent affordable buildings in the development.

North façade of 37 Blue Slip.

Northeast corner of 37 Blue Slip with Hunters Point South Park in the foreground.

Close-up of the northeast corner of the tower at 37 Blue Slip.

Looking north on Franklin Street.

Southeast corner of 7 Bell Slip (center), 5 Blue Slip (left)and 37 Blue Slip (right).

Looking southwest on Commercial Street towards 7 Bell Slip (center) and 37 Blue Slip (right).

Architect: Handel Architects; Developers: Brookfield Property Partners (37 Bell Slip), Park Tower Group (37 Bell Slip, 7 Bell Slip, 5 Blue Slip, 33 Eagle Street), L+M Development Partners (7 Bell Slip, 5 Blue Slip, 33 Eagle Street; Program: Residential, Retail, Education, Park; Location: Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY.