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Rockefeller Group is developing its first rental apartment property in New York City on Brooklyn's Greenpoint waterfront

Rockefeller Group Developing Greenpoint Rentals, Its First in NYC

Rockefeller Group is developing 16 DuPont, located along the Greenpoint waterfront in Brooklyn. The 41-story ground-up residential tower is the developer’s first rental project in New York City. 

Rising more than 400 feet, the property will include 381 units in a 70/30 mix of market rate and affordable units. The project is one of the last rentals in the city to receive a 35-year tax abatement from the Affordable New York program. 

This curated amenity selection at 16 DuPont will include an outdoor rooftop pool with a sky deck and interior lounge, co-working space for tenants, bike room, children’s playroom, fitness center, spa, and social lounge with game room and various lounge spaces that open to a landscaped terrace with BBQ grills. 

Rockefeller Group is developing 16 Dupont in partnership with Park Tower Group, the master developer of Greenpoint Landing. First move-ins are expected during the latter half of 2024. 


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