Introducing the residences at 161 Dupont Street; an exclusive condominium project nestled in Northwest Greenpoint on a charming tree-lined block. Conveniently located near both the staple conveniences of Manhattan Avenue and the boutique shops and restaurants along Franklin Street. Enjoy the subtlety that is Greenpoint- amazing restaurants, retail and the new waterfront esplanade at Greenpoint Landing. Commuting to midtown is easy from the 7 train just over the Pulaski Bridge, the ferry at India Street or the G train at Greenpoint Avenue.
The six unique residences at 161 Dupont, range from 1-3 bedrooms. Each home has an airy open feeling and each has private outdoor space. Abundant natural light through floor to ceiling glass is complemented by satin stained natural white oak floors.
The generous kitchens boast a Bosch appliance package with soft closing oak cabinets and polished chrome hardware from Brizo. The countertops are durable Quartz in blizzard white and are highlighted by an etched mirrored backsplash. Because no detail was overlooked a rare garbage disposal is also standard.
Modern baths are finished with custom storage vanities, polished chrome hardware and dove grey porcelain floors; with the Master baths additionally featuring double sink vanities and glass enclosed oversized showers.
Entertain on the common roof deck or just take in the magnificent city views. Each home has an additional storage space in the basement and most include direct elevator access. The low carrying charge rounds out the perfect home investment that is 161 Dupont Street.
Greenpoint is the northernmost point in the borough of Brooklyn. Greenpoint borders Williamsburg and East Bushwick, East Williamsburg, and Long Island City (Queens). This riverfront neighborhood is undergoing its own cultural makeover. Greenpoint has long been known as an immigrant neighborhood (it’s even referred to as “Little Poland”) but is also an appealing real estate option for bohemian city dwellers. Greenpoint is home to the famous McCarren Park and several churches and schools known for their architectural bonafides.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more