Introducing the condominium residences at 148 West street; an exclusive boutique condominium featuring five residences; each one with private outdoor space.
148 West Street is situated in an ideal location between India and Java, across the street from the Greenpoint ferry stop and 1.5 blocks away from the Greenpoint Avenue G Train. Enjoy the tranquility that is the Greenpoint waterfront and still live among the amazing restaurants and retail on Franklin Avenue and Manhattan Avenue.
Throughout the building, the thoughtfully-designed kitchens boast a Bosch appliance package with soft closing grey and white gloss cabinets and stainless steel hardware from Blanco. The countertops and backsplash are durable Quartz in Raw Concrete. Custom shelving means that every wall and corner is utilized.
Modern bathrooms are finished with custom storage vanities, handsomely brushed nickel hardware from Brizo, wall-hung fixtures and gorgeous porcelain tile on the floors and surrounding the walls; 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 148 West Street.
*Projected building occupancy is the first quarter of 2019.
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.
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