1056 Manhattan Avenue, via Yimby
It’s been an explosive week here in Greenpoint. While real gunfire rang out on Noble St. on Tuesday,
stunt explosions detonated over the Greenpoint Avenue Bridge the very same day.
In Real Estate news, a new behemoth is going up on Manhattan Avenue.
The first renderings have been revealed for 1056 Manhattan Avenue, clocking in at 56,746 sqft. of retail and residential space. One Blue Slip, the first of Greenpoint Landing’s market rate buildings is open for leasing. One-Bedrooms begin at $3,225, and according to the New York Times, 90% of units have water views.
If you want to get River Views without paying an arm and a leg, you can
tour the new phase two of Hunters Point South Park in Long Island City.
The Newest Green space on Newtown Creek. Phase two of Hunter’s Point South Park
Happy Friday, Greenpoint! If the news is any indication, it’s time to eat out. Food writing is all over Greenpoint this week:
, Greenpoint’s newest (and only) Tropical Japanese Speakeasy. There’s enthusiastic praise for The Hidden Pearl The entire staff of Bon Appetit is eating exclusively at Di an Di these days
which recently opened in the Park Luncheonette space. Frankle’s Duo is scoring points for their new retro outfit, Bernie’s
But, if you’re more into grass than grass-fed, then Long Island City is the place for you.
, and the Architect’s Newspaper says the 11 acres of riverside park land, “brings a fresh breath of air to the formerly inaccessible, industrialized site and showcases expansive views of the East River alongside Newtown Creek.” The second phase of Hunters Point South Park opened last Wednesday