The Huron blends the aesthetics of Greenpoint’s industrial past with luxurious amenities along Brooklyn’s waterfront. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, the condominium complex is comprised of two 13-story towers that sit on the edge of the East River. Currently under construction, the buildings will feature 171 luxuriously appointed residences as well as a creative set of amenity spaces including a waterfront treehouse playground, communal rooftop garden, and more. On June 20th, you can get a first look at the new towers on a sneak peek tour!

Living room at The Huron
All photos by Christian Erikkson from Redundant Pixel

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Explore The Huron in Greenpoint

View from The Huron in Brooklyn

When designing the building Morris Adjmi Architects looked to Greenpoint’s industrial past for inspiration. The materials and shape of the building reflect the neighborhood’s history of manufacturing and shipbuilding. The two towers are reminiscent of smokestacks on a ship, while the large gridded windows give the building an industrial feel. The windows were manufactured in Germany and assembled in Italy.

At the base of the towers, a dark, rough brick facade reflects that of surrounding brick warehouses. While paying homage to the neighborhood’s historic architecture, The Huron also creates its own distinctive look by incorporating features like bronze-toned metal window grids and setbacks on the towers.

Rooftop at The Huron

One of the most attractive features of The Huron is its location on the East River waterfront. Stunning views can be seen from more apartments thanks to the two-tower design which also creates more corner residences. Those views will never be obstructed. Access to a landscaped public walkway connects residents to 20 acres of the East River waterfront.

The amenity spaces at The Huron cover 30,000 square feet. This includes an elevated, 8,000+ square foot outdoor park and playground centered around a treehouse which can only be accessed with access to the building. Other amenities include a 50-foot-long saltwater pool that faces the Manhattan shoreline, a beautiful co-working area, The Nook, a casual hangout outfitted with table games, state-of-the-art TV, and comfy seating, and two communal rooftops with space for lounging, picnics, barbecuing, and outdoor movies. Sixty-seven residences have their own private outdoor space, which encompasses a total of 23,000 square feet.

Playground at The Huron
Christian Erikkson from Redundant Pixel

Residences boast ceiling heights of 9’5” and up along with floor-to-ceiling windows filled with stunning views. Finishes include wide-plank European-engineered oak hardwood floors, Italian Dolit marble countertops, and imported washed walnut wood cabinetry. See more images of the new residences and amenity spaces in the gallery below!

  • Saltwater Pool
  • Play room
  • Roofdeck
  • Explorer's Room inside The Huron

Occupancy is slated for late 2023. You can be one of the first to step inside the newly constructed towers on a special tour with Untapped New York Insiders this summer!

Explore The Huron in Greenpoint

Communal space inside The Huron

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