Greenpoint Landing represents the transformation of the Greenpoint waterfront from an industrial area to a thriving mixed-use neighborhood with mixed-income housing, retail and new public parks and green space. Located at 5 Blue Slip (F2), 7 Bell Slip (G2) and 33 Eagle Street (E3) in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, the G2 and E3 buildings provide affordable housing to the Greenpoint community. The G2 building is a 6-story, 89,000 square foot building that provides 92 units of low-income housing. The E3 building is a 7-story, 98,000 square foot building that will provide 98 units of mixed-income housing, and the F2 building is a 105,465 square foot building featuring 103 low-income units. All buildings include studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. The buildings all have access to large, landscaped courtyards and the ground floor retail space anticipated to house small, local businesses.
The megaproject overall will bring 5,500 new apartments—including 1,400 permanently affordable units—to the neighborhood.Read More
New housing developments, like Greenpoint Landing, have sparked a retail surge in Brooklyn.Read More
Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream is setting up shop at 7 Bell Slip.Read More
A lottery opened for 102 ultra-affordable units at 5 Blue Slip; the entire building will consist of affordable housing.Read More