641 DRIGGS AVE in Greenpoint

Greenpoint

Quiet Great food Cool factor Young crowd

Greenpoint is Brooklyn’s northernmost neighborhood.

A 2005 rezoning has caused a surge of new waterfront residential developments in Greenpoint's formerly industrial spaces. These apartments offer great value to renters in terms of space, quality, and amenities. In turn, many renters - whether they are students, artists, families, or commuters - seek out and fall in love with this up-and-coming Brooklyn neighborhood.

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Building Mix

  • 21% New Building
  • 14% Walk-Up
  • 12% Pre War
  • 10% Luxury Highrise
  • 9% Other
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Descriptions of 641 Driggs Ave

Outdoor space, stainless steel appliances replete with a dishwasher and microwave, black granite countertops, deep bathtub in bathroom, central AC and heat, soaring 16-ft ceilings, dark hardwood floors, French Doors. Renovated to bring this former factory spaces into the era of modern luxury rentals, this space offers unparalleled views and an even better location. Matthew Meyer (Mar 2013)
This unique building showcases industrial design elements, boasting with vibrant red brick facade and oversized black trimmed windows standing prominently on the corner of Driggs Avenue. Emilio Martinez (Dec 2012)
Williamsburg has tons of bars, restaurants, salons, yoga studios, coffee stops, laundromats, novelty hipster stores, natural health food stores, post office and so much more. Myles Ellison (Feb 2013)
Elevator, Laundry room, Luxury building, New construction, Doorman, Gym in building, Lobby, Outdoor space, Deck, Laundry in building, Easy street parking, Quiet neighborhood. Gina Di ponio (Jan 2013)
Great location close to tons of galleries, concert venues, cafes, pubs, night clubs, food shops and resaurtants, and everything between and outside of that. Harrison Lyman (Jun 2014)
A recently converted marble factory, this building features some of the most unique and talked about fixtures and finishes in the neighborhood. This building offers the type of Williamsburg living that you thought died at the hands of luxury sky rises and overpriced multifamily units. Shawn Mullahy (Jan 2013)
NO BROKER FEE means that first month's rent and a security deposit are all you need to prepare in order to qualify for move in. Noah Buck (Apr 2013)
A Luxury Rental just steps from Bedford Ave L train and the most convienct and beautifully diverse neighborhood in all of NYC. David Schayne (May 2014)
Converted Marble Factory, Gorgeous High Ceilings, Central Air, Dishwasher, Laundry On Every Floor, Roof Deck, @ The L Train. Gabriel Unger (Feb 2013)
This ultra-trendy neighborhood completes its super cool repertoire with alternative-looking street art and two-story murals. Justin Hanagan (May 2014)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • L Bedford Av (0.19 mi)
  • J M Marcy Av (0.46 mi)
  • G Metropolitan Av (0.5 mi)
  • L Lorimer St (0.56 mi)

building details

Floors: 4
Units: 0
Floor area: 26200
Year built: 1927

Building Median Rents

2br: $4,125
3br: $4,899

Nearby Schools

Conselyea Preparatory School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
208 NORTH 5 STREET
P.S. 017 Henry D. Woodworth
Elementary
208 NORTH 5 STREET
Brooklyn Preparatory High School
High school
257 NORTH 6 STREET
Williamsburg High School For Architecture And Desi
High school
257 NORTH 6 STREET
Williamsburg Preparatory School
High school
257 NORTH 6 STREET
Academy For Young Writers
High school
183 SOUTH 3 STREET
J.H.S. 050 John D. Wells
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
183 SOUTH 3 STREET
P.S. 084 Jose De Diego
Elementary
250 BERRY STREET
P.S. 019 Roberto Clemente
Elementary
325 SOUTH 3 STREET
P.S. 319
Early Childhood
360 KEAP STREET
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