BUILDING & RESIDENCES
Sitting six stories high and parallel to the East River, 170 & 174 West Street overlooks the Manhattan skyline. 170 and 174 West Street are two independently operated buildings. Like Greenpoint, the buildings leave you with a very intimate feeling. 170 & 174 West Street’s close proximity to restaurants, shopping, and the East River Ferry make this location very desirable.
170 & 174 West Street features 15 impeccably designed homes by StudiosC. From its brick façade, to its rustic interiors with superior attention to detail, each home provides a luxurious touch with lifetime stained nickel finishes on hardware throughout, natural brass finishes in the kitchen and rustic outdoor lighting. Each home is bright with large entryways and modern finishes. The homes include beautiful 6-inch-wide oak floors, 10-11 foot ceilings, caesarstone countertops, Bosch appliances, a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, heated bathroom floors, and a Mitsubishi heating and cooling system.
170 West features two bedroom, two bath homes, a double-height studio loft, a duplex maisonette with a backyard, and two penthouse duplexes with sweeping city views.
174 West features five floor-through homes with private-keyed elevator entry. Meticulously designed three-bedroom two-bath homes, a triplex maisonette with an over-sized backyard that is ideal for gardening. There is also a penthouse four-bedroom duplex with an expansive terrace and, not to mention, unobstructed Manhattan Views.
With high-rated public schools, a vibrant, community-driven atmosphere, and the prospect of future growth, Greenpoint is a neighborhood on the rise, and is perfect for young families and couples looking for a place that feels like home. Public transportation that serves the neighborhood includes the G subway line, East River Ferry, and the B24/B32/B43/B48/B62 bus lines.
170 & 174 West Street is expected to be completed late Fall 2017.
Prices from: $985,000
170 & 174 West st
Brooklyn NY 11222
6 stories I 15 units
Common roof deck
Virtual doorman app
HML Developments, LLC
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GREENPOINT - BROOKLYN
Greenpoint was always an creative enclave long before the now. The neighborhood was home to actor Mickey Rooney, actress and playwright Mae West, and singer Pat Benatar. The nightlife, restaurant and music scene have burgeoned in recent years as energy and activity in Williamsburg creeps north towards Greenpoint.
The streets in Greenpoint are named alphabetically. Walking south along Manhattan Avenue, you will find Ash, Box, Clay, Dupont, Eagle, Freeman, Green, Huron, India, Java and Kent Streets. Then comes Greenpoint Avenue, formerly known as Lincoln Street. Further south one can find Milton, Noble and Oak Streets. All streets were originally designated by letters, not by name; A Street, B Street, etc. Calyer Street, coming after Oak Street, was formerly known as “P Street” and is followed by Quay Street.