Greenpoint at a Glance
The northernmost neighborhood in Brooklyn also happens to be one of the coolest in the borough. Once predominantly occupied by Polish-American families, Greenpoint has recently seen a new wave of young, creative residents choosing it for its balance of quiet residential living, local neighborhood retail, and proximity to the nightlife scene in nearby Williamsburg.
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East River Ferry
To explore Greenpoint's attractive mix of "old school" and "new school" Brooklyn, visit the neighborhood's main thoroughfares: Manhattan Avenue, Franklin Street, Nassau Avenue, West Street, and Greenpoint Avenue.
Take a walk along the neighborhood's westernmost street to enjoy small-scale retail and bars, then pop over to the waterfront for stellar views of Manhattan.
Once home to the WNYC radio transmission towers, this waterfront park is now a stunning neighborhood open space.