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7. Superfund North

(a.k.a., Southeast Greenpoint)

Because a toxic underground blob is no match for a big, underutilized park.


There are no fromageries here, no performance spaces with reflecting pools. But just you wait. The streets around pretty, kid-friendly McGolrick Park (just blocks from befouled Newtown Creek) have been gaining fans, many of them upsizing refugees from Williambsurg. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Diana Hermanowski rented 131 apartments in Greenpoint last year, and 90 percent of them, she says, were in this area.


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