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For Sale By Owner in the heart of Greenpoint Brooklyn 11222

New Owner Opportunity!
New owner opportunity to create your own paradise in the heart of massive Greenpoint development! Triplex? Quadplex? Private Rooftop deck with sweeping views? Private backyard oasis?

Highly desirable R6B zoning

Property Dimensions
Lot Size: 25 x 100
Building Size: 25 x 60
Yard: 25 x 40

Fast Facts
Prime Greenpoint location in the middle of massive development!
Quick five minute walk to the Greenpoint Landing Waterfront Esplanade, the gateway to 4 acres of public open space and waterfront access!
Classic Pre war charm
Large back yard
Original hard wood floors and molding
Railroad apartments
Rent stabilized building - 4 out of 6 delivered vacant on closing
Rooftop has sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline
Low property taxes
No board of directors
No HOA or common charges
Pet friendly - YOU make the rules!
New Weil McLain boiler
New dual 75 Gallon AO Smith hot water heaters
New electric panel
New windows on second floor
Quiet tree lined block
Friendly Neighbors

Your Canvas for Development
Build your own luxury to your specifications
Solid bones
R6B Zoning - up to four stories and 50 feet
4500 Sq Ft Available Square Footage for owner to develop
Building Square Footage: 6000 sq ft (including basement)

Some Development Ideas
Duplex, Triplex or Quadplex
Ripe for substantial rehabilitation or condo conversion!
Rooftop Balcony
Add an additional riser to add more bathrooms
Renovate the basement for an additional 1500 sq feet, home gym, work studio, man cave, other

No brokers!!
No owner financing
Cash deals only
Proof of funds are required

Remaining building space provides over $2k in monthly income to cover your operating costs

About Greenpoint
Greenpoint, Brooklyn is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood with a rich history and a unique charm. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Brooklyn with plenty of gentrification. Situated in the northernmost part of Brooklyn, Greenpoint borders Williamsburg to the southwest and offers waterfront access to the East River. Known for its industrial past and artistic present, Greenpoint offers a mix of old-world charm and modern flair. Cobblestone streets, converted factories, and trendy cafes coexist alongside traditional Polish delis and historic churches. Greenpoint attracts a diverse mix of young professionals, families, and artists, creating a dynamic and welcoming atmosphere. Once you visit Greenpoint, you will find that its difficult to leave.

Nearby Landmarks
Greenpoint Landing Waterfront Esplanade - Greenpoint Landing, a 22-acre master-planned development site located on the Brooklyn waterfront, is transforming a former industrial area into a new multi-building development within an enclave of parks and tree-lined streets. menities in upcoming parts of the waterfront park, which will span from Box Street down to Green Street, include a dog run, cove, pier, plaza, along with pathways, plantings, and seating areas. .

Blue Slip - luxury rental building that features public green space and Manhattan skyline views

Bell Slip - a mixed-use tower with 414 units waterfront development that's transforming a former industrial area

Eagle + West apartments- Stepped And Cantilevering Towers with 745 residential units is a resorty complex on the Greenpoint waterfront

33 and 35 Commercial street - a 22-story mixed-use building

50 Commercial street – 9 story residential building with 27 units on a triagular plot

77-87 Commercial Street - 30 and 40-story two-tower development 520 rental units with 298 in the taller tower and the remaining 222 in the shorter tower

144 Freeman- Luxury Boutique Condominiums

170 Freeman - The 68 unit mixed-use property will feature 67 apartments, one commercial store, 17 parking spaces, and several amenity spaces.

The Huron - a pair of 13 story buildings 171 condominium units.

NuHarte Co Development is underway! 244,000-square-foot mixed-use development. Two adjacent six-story apartment buildings at 22 and 26 Clay Street. This complex will have a total of 325 units.

Ash Street Boat House - the North Brooklyn Community Boathouse is going to have a new building of almost 8,000 square feet to take people to paddle, teach them how to protect the environment, hold workshops on nautical crafting, and other educational programs

Pulaski Bridge - The Pulaski Bridge in New York City connects Long Island City in Queens to Greenpoint in Brooklyn over Newtown Creek. It was named after Polish military commander and American Revolutionary War fighter Casimir Pulaski in homage to the large Polish-American population in Greenpoint. The Pulaski Bridge has a dedicated bike lane!

Newtown Creek Nature Walk - The Nature Walk wraps the waterfront edge of the wastewater facility, fronting Newtown Creek and crossing Whale Creek, forming a half-mile public esplanade. DEP completed the first phase in 2007 and later expanded the Nature Walk across Whale Creek to Kingsland Avenue

Transmitter Park - This cozy waterside park packs a lot into its small square footage: there’s an open lawn for relaxing, multiple playgrounds filled with swings and jungle gyms for kids, a spray shower for summer fun and a steel pier that takes visitors straight out into the East River, where they can catch spectacular views of Manhattan skyline.

New Greenpoint Library and Environmental Education Center serves as both a full-service library and a community hub for environmental awareness, activism and education.

Nearby Restaurants
Glasserie, Le FanFare, Achilles Heel, Lobster Roll, Milk and Roses, Paulie Gee's, Karczma, The Brooklyn Barge

Nearby Bars
Achilles Heel, Sama Street, Esme, The Moonlight Mile, Oak and Iron, Saint Vitus Bar, Greenpoint Beer Ale Co., Broken Land, Bot Bar, Brooklyn Winery

Nearby Markets
Jubilee is a 23,000 square foot market is stocked with a plethora of goodies. everything from local farm fresh produce to your favorite international snacks. Alternatively, more traditional shopping C-Town, Key Food, Associated and Met Foods.

Nearby Sweet Spots
Legendary Peter Pan Donut and Pastry Shop, Cookie Road, Charlotte Patisserie, Pie Corps, Syrena Bakery, Radio Bakery, Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream, Old Poland Bakery

Nearby Playgrounds
Newtown Barge Playground, Greenpoint Playground (Dupont St), 21 India St, Transmitter Park Playground, American Playground, Msgr. McGorlick Park Playground

North Brooklyn Pools
McCarren Park Pool, McCarren Hotel and Pool, Otto, 420 Kent, Greenpoint YMCA, The Metropolitan Pool, William Vale Hotel, Williamsburg Hotel Rooftop

Nearby Gyms
Greenpoint Athletics, McCarren Play Center, Crunch, New York Sports Club, Ferox Athletics, YMCA

Subway lines (7, G, L).
East River Ferry Service to Wall Street and Midtown Manhattan at India Street
B43 and B62 Bus between Manhattan Av and Greenpoint Av
B24 Bus between West St and Kent St.
B32 Bus between Franklin St and India St

Citi bike
Eagle Street and Manhattan Ave
Greenpoint Terminal and India St
Franklin St and Huron St
Milton St. & Franklin St.
Franklin St & Dupont St
India St & Manhattan Ave
Greenpoint Ave & Manhattan Ave

Outstanding Elementary School
Rated 8 out of 10
Students at this school are making more academic progress given where they were last year, compared to similar students in the state. Strong progress with high test scores means students have strong academic skills and the school is a doing a better job at supporting academic growth than most other schools.

New Elementary School Being Built on Dupont Street
North Brooklyn has been seeking a new K-8 school. The call has been answered and is currently being developed with the master plan under the Greenpoint Landing. It will rise on the southwest corner of Dupont and Franklin Streets

Open Air Fair / Greenpoint Terminal Market
Welcome to Greenpoint's unique marketplace best outdoor market! May thru September, we're taking over the waterfront lot at 2 Noble St to bring a fun-filled season of celebrating local! Against the backdrop of the city skyline and the East River, each weekend will have a different theme with new activations and endless surprises. There's always tons of vintage collectibles and clothing, unique handmade pieces and international fashion. With a curated selection of vendors, the festivities will be a draw for locals and visitors alike!

What people are saying about Greenpoint
I love Greenpoint, it's one of my favorite neighborhoods. McCarren is a great place for dogs, they have two dog parks. I also like Polish food, so Greenpoint is perfect for me.
There has been more development in Greenpoint in the past 2 years. Walkable for sure, parks, friendly are and some amazing restaurants.
Greenpoint is my favorite area in Brooklyn. Diverse so culturally rich. The G and L line right there. A lot of original stores and for the most part safe. Lively weekend night life.
We love it - so much community and support. Everyone really uses the local playgrounds, parks, pools, library etc. so it's easy for kids and their parents to make and sustain friendships because you see the same people all the time. The local elementary schools all have good reputations.
Every young person in the world wants to live here
Literally the best neighborhood to raise kids, numerous great public schools, beautiful parks and so many programs for kids - the McCarren Rec Center is all free for kids too!
It's a great place to raise kids.
Lots of new towers on the riverfront with young families

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