Selamat Pagi Indonesian Restaurant Storefront with Unique Leaves Painted on Exterior and Bright Blue Door
Msgr. McGolrick Park Path with Benches Along the Sides and Grass and Large Trees
Sauvage Restaurant Oyster House and Cocktail Den Storefront
Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co. Interior with High Tables and Chairs and Barstools at Counter
Five Leaves Bistro Entrance with Outdoor Seating on Both Sides and Patrons Eating and Talking
Msgr. McGolrick Park Structure and Statue with Green Trees in Background
Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co. Corner Storefront
Five Leaves Bistro Storefront and Outdoor Seating with People Eating and Talking and Walking
Sauvage Restaurant Oyster House and Cocktail Den Outdoor Seating Detail
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Greenpoint, BK

Its prime location may just be 41 Newel’s greatest amenity. One of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods, Greenpoint is both sophisticated and urban, known for its down-to-earth vibe, quiet tree-lined streets, and is world-renown for its perfect melding of old neighborhood charm and newfound creative flair. With the unparalleled beauty of Monsignor McGolrick and McCarren Parks, one-of-a-kind boutiques, everyday shopping essentials, casual and award winning dining, and acclaimed nightlife – 41 Newel Street is conveniently near it all.

The nearby G subway line at Nassau Avenue, the L train at Bedford Avenue, and the New York Water Taxi on India Street can take you to Midtown, Wall Street, or Williamsburg in mere minutes.