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Greenpoint Walking Tour

Join Preservation Greenpoint for a walking tour led by professor, author, and architectural historian Andrew Scott Dolkart (who is back by popular demand!). The group will explore the architecture, history, and development of Brooklyn’s Greenpoint, from the industrial heritage that remains as a reminder of the neighborhood’s role as a powerful industrial center, to the delightful array of residential structures in a wide variety of styles. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about Greenpoint from one of New York City’s preeminent architectural experts!

When: Wednesday June 17, 6:00PM
Where: Meet in front of St. Anthony St. Alphonsus Church at 862 Manhattan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11222 (one block south of the Greenpoint Avenue G train stop)

RSVP: info@preservationgreenpoint.org

(tour is free, but space is limited; please rsvp to ensure a spot)


Matthew Coody & Jennifer Schork




As part of the Six to Celebrate program HDC has created walking tour brochures for the 2013 neighborhoods. The two-color guides are professionally designed and incorporate information on significant historical, architectural and cultural sites in each area along with black and white photographs and a neighborhood map. All six guides for each year are available as a set for $10 plus tax. Brochures are not available for sale individually but can be downloaded as PDFs at no cost.

We are happy to ship out of the US but please contact marbulu@hdc.org before placing your order. Thank you.

To download individual PDFs of the 2013 walking tour brochures, click on the tour cover image below.