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Slate’s 1080 Lorimer Launches Sales in Greenpoint

1080 Lorimer, the residential conversion of the former Greenpoint Savings Bank building, has launched sales. Developed by Slate Property Group with sales led by MNS, 1080 Lorimer is offering duplexes, and one- to three-bedroom homes. Pricing will range from approximately $995,000 to $3,500,000.  

“Our goal for 1080 Lorimer was to preserve the history of the building while creating a one-of-a-kind residence that can’t be found anywhere else in the city,” said Martin Nussbaum, founding partner of Slate Property Group. “I’m confident we’ve done just that.”

Located three blocks from the G train at Greenpoint Avenue and a short walk to the L train at Bedford Avenue, 1080 Lorimer provides residents easy access to the rest of Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens. Alternatively, residents will have convenient access to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, the India Street/Greenpoint Terminal Ferry stop, CitiBike and Revel Moped.


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