Brooklyn waterfront to get a new 14-story resi building

Halcyon Management to develop a 91-unit property at 37 West Street in Greenpoint

TRD NEW YORK /
Sep.September 28, 2017 05:05 PM

Yoel Sabel

Another high-rise building is coming to the Brooklyn waterfront.

Halcyon Management filed plans with the Department of Buildings on Wednesday for a 14-story residential building at 37 West Street in Greenpoint. The 90,734-square-foot building would contain 92 residential units across 87,434 square feet, with the remaining 3,300 square feet reserved for a community facility.

The portion of the lot where the building would go is currently occupied by a warehouse at 27 West Street, where Halcyon Management filed plans in 2015 for a 19-story building with 234 residential units.

Halcyon declined to comment.

A 40-story tower called the Greenpoint is on its way to the neighborhood as well at 21 India Street.


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