Temporary Certificate of Occupancy in place, 41 Newel is ready for immediate occupancy!One Bedroom with Private Roof DeckIntroducing The 41 Newel Street Condominiums, an elegant addition to one of Brooklyns most talked about neighborhoods - Greenpoint. Tucked away in the northern corner of Brooklyn and centered between Williamsburg and Long Island City, Queens, this distinctive seven-unit condominium development was inspired by the neighborhoods industrialist past and artfully blends modern industrial style with Greenpoints world renowned charm. Offering a limited collection of impeccably curated one and two bedroom residences, 41 Newel features clean lines and floor-to-ceiling windows that highlight the resplendent natural beauty of the tree lined streets of the neighborhood, as does the solid Bourbon Walnut wide-plank hardwood flooring that flows throughout the homes. Open layouts yield grand spaces, as living areas flow effortlessly into designer kitchens that feature thoughtful designer details including custom kitchens with stone countertops, sleek modern cabinetry, and integrated appliances from Bertazzoni, Blomberg, and Bosch. Mosaic hexagon tiled spa-inspired bathrooms feature deep soaking bathtubs, custom matte black and rosewood vanities, and Hansgrohe designer plumbing fixtures.Other development highlights include:Pet Friendly In-unit Washers and DryersSelect Residences with Private Outdoor Roof Decks or Private Gardens41 Newel offers residents a quiet community with unlimited possibilities. The unparalleled beauty of Monsignor McGolrick and McCarren Parks is within easy reach. Opportunities for cultural enrichment are on every corner in the form of art galleries, dining destinations, and boutiques. The nearby G subway line at Nassau Avenue, the L train at Bedford Avenue, and the New York Water Taxi on India Street encourage exploration of destinations further afield.Unparalleled beauty. Unlimited possibilities. 41 Newel awaits you.
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