Greenpoint is the northernmost neighborhood in Brooklyn north of Williamsburg
and was originally farmland. It has been an immigrant enclave for more than a century with a strong Polish presence. The charming townhouses and cramped shops give its streets a sense of familiarity. The skyline views of downtown Manhattan from the rooftops of Greenpoint’s converted warehouses and loft apartments are amazing. Serviced only by the G train or alternatively a nice walk to the Bedford Avenue L train station, connectivity is what has kept Greenpoint pure and communal, attracting young art directors, rockers and the occasional celebrity.
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