Brookfield and Park Tower Open Mixed-Income Resi Tower in Greenpoint
Brookfield Properties, in joint partnership with Park Tower Group, held the grand opening and launched resident move-ins at The Bellslip, a 414-unit mixed-income residential tower on the Greenpoint waterfront. The Bellslip is the third of four residential projects the developers are partnering on within the larger 22-acre Greenpoint Landing master planned development.
In addition, the developers, alongside Councilmember Lincoln Restler, former Councilmember Stephen Levin and Katie Horowitz, Executive Director of North Brooklyn Parks Alliance, celebrated the opening of a brand-new public dog run open to the entire community. The latest piece of the master plan’s four-acre public park and promenade designed by James Corner Field Operations, it’s the first dedicated public space for dogs in northern Greenpoint.
“Opening the doors to residents at The Bellslip marks yet another milestone in the evolution of Greenpoint Landing,” said Maria Masi, SVP, multifamily development, Brookfield Properties.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).