Missed the Greenpoint Landing Community Meeting? Then Watch This.

by GWAPP on

Did you miss the August 13th Community Board 1 meeting covering the new Greenpoint Landing development, but want to know what happened? It was certainly a heated and emotionally contentious evening. For more information about what was presented at the meeting and what the communuity thinks, take a look at our recap of the meeting or read the joint GWAPP/NAG testimony delivered that evening.

For a more visual representation of the meeting’s highlights, you’ll have to watch this skillfully edited short-film by local filmaker Heidi Gelover:

Greenpoint Landing Meeting – Community Board 1 – August 13, 2013 from Heidi G on Vimeo.

Stay informed, stay engaged. Voice your opinion.

The next community meeting on this action will take place at CB1’s Land Use Committee on August 27th at 6:30pm at the Dupont Street Senior Housing
(80 Dupont Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222; Between Franklin Street and Manhattan Avenue. Please use the Eagle Street entrance)



The Greenpoint Waterfront Association for Parks & Planning, Inc. ("GWAPP") is a not-for-profit group, 501(c)(3), comprised of individuals, community organizations, religious institutions, and concerned citizens from the Greenpoint-Williamsburg communities dedicated to the development of parks and public access on the Greenpoint waterfront.
  • David Allison commented:

    After having a fire in my building on Franklin and Manhattan Avenues I moved out of Greenpoint. Although I am no longer a resident I am deeply interested in Gwapp and their advocacy for the good of the residents of the neighborhood. I attended community meetings in 2005 with Amanda Burden presiding and presenting the Bloomberg plans for the Greenpoint waterfront development. I felt at the time that we, the residents, were being sold down the river with promises for more parklands, a contiguous waterfront access and affordable housing incoporated in building the 40 story towers.

    Listening to this video, I see the community is still fighting for the truth from the city administration. I applaud the work of GWAPP and the residents for aggressively challenging the city’s development plans for Greenpoint. It’s clear nothing should be built unless and until issues raised in this video are met.


  • Heather Van De Mark

    Heather Van De Mark commented:

    Thanks for the kind words David. We’re glad that even though you’re an ex-Greenpointer, you’re still checking in. Keep coming back, we hope to do more in the future.