Although many think of Greenpoint as an industrial enclave north of Willamsburg, Brooklyn, people in-the-know know that its history is as rich as its landmark status. Perched at the crown of northern Brooklyn, Greenpoint is a short walk from Long Island City, Queens to the north and Williamsburg, Brooklyn to the south. It is also positioned along the waterfront, with incredible views of the NYC skyline. As you stroll its diverse streets, you’ll find amazing shops, restaurants, and an old-school vibe mixed with a youthful energy and style.

  • Incredible waterfront views (with access to come)
  • Quiet yet vibrant
  • Can smell the wood-burning fireplaces in the cold months
  • Traditional in history yet trendsetting in style
  • New condos to converted lofts and historic townhouses
  • Water taxi to 34th Street, otherwise a two-train transfer to NYC

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Neighborhoods We Serve

Flatiron

Pushing north from Greenwich Village up to the Flatiron Building — merging Broadway and Fifth Avenue on 23rd Street — is the Flatiron District, a small, special area in which to find a home. Historically known as a luxe shopping and manufacturing district, Flatiron offers loft living flanked by the amazing conveniences of the farmers market in…

Greenpoint

Although many think of Greenpoint as an industrial enclave north of Willamsburg, Brooklyn, people in-the-know know that its history is as rich as its landmark status. Perched at the crown of northern Brooklyn, Greenpoint is a short walk from Long Island City, Queens to the north and Williamsburg, Brooklyn to the south. It is also positioned along the…

Greenwich Village

Ever seen a movie that takes place in New York? Most likely it was shot in “the Village.” As you traverse its historic-landmark brownstones and cafés, you’ll be inspired to slow down, sit on a stoop, and people watch. And boy, are there people to watch! Characters and trendsetters from all over the world are attracted…

Hamilton Heights

Nestled between Manhattanville to the south and Washington Heights to the north, you’ll find the charming enclave of Hamilton Heights. Thanks to the smash Broadway hit, Hamilton: An American Musical, we all know this diverse neighborhood in northern Manhattan was once the home of founding father Alexander Hamilton. The designation of this neighborhood as a Historic District has kept…

Hell’s Kitchen

Hell’s Kitchen has transformed its once-gritty atmosphere into a down-to-earth haven for Broadway stars, artists, and financiers. It’s home to numerous restaurants and watering holes that are popular with locals and tourists alike. Located just outside the chaos of Midtown, the neighborhood is extremely accessible—an ideal situation for many, whether they’re looking for a quaint brownstone or…

Long Island City

Conveniently located across the East River from the United Nations Headquarters, LIC, with its unparalleled views of NYC, is a destination for major events and photo shoots. With a small-town feel just one stop from Grand Central Station, LIC hosts an incredible Arts Open Festival, showcasing its local artists.

Lower East Side

Some say remnants of “old” New York still exist on the Lower East Side. The infusion of cultures and generations past can be felt as one wanders past the tenement-style homes on Delancey, Allen, and Orchard Streets, and the vibrant street art of East Houston. The Lower East Side is host to the “new” as…

SoHo

SoHo is the mecca of cast-iron building. Ornate and strong, this architecture is now a draw for tourists and art aficionados. When artists like Basquiat and Warhol made their mark on the area, it was a haven for creative up-and- comers — a gritty downtown scene. Now, those same lofts house the most exquisite homes, galleries, and…

Upper West Side

If greenery is what you’re seeking, look no further than the Upper West Side. Sandwiched between Riverside Park and Central Park, residents of this neighborhood—from artists and professors to families and young professionals—enjoy all that the parks and paths have to offer, while remaining in proximity to numerous big-box stores, boutiques, and fitness outlets. During warmer…

Williamsburg

Just one stop from downtown NYC on the L train will land you at the heart of the trendsetting, culinary haven of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A balance of affluence and affordability, Williamsburg offers waterfront access, hip shops, superb restaurants, and a blend of full-amenity skyscrapers and low-rise walk-ups … at a price.