WILLIAMSBURG — Williamsburg and Greenpoint's waterfront is about to get even more stacked with skyscrapers.
A new report by real estate site CityRealty found that more than 22,000 new units in large-scale developments are expected to be built in Brooklyn by 2019, with Williamsburg and Greenpoint together accounting for more than a third.
The company used Google Earth imagery and renderings from developers to create a new vision of the Williamsburg and Greenpoint waterfront.
"The skyline is changing," said Gabby Warshawer, who wrote the report, "and more bigger is coming."
Major additions to the waterfront include Greenpoint Landing, which is anticipated to bring 10 buildings with 5,500 units; Domino Sugar Factory's development, with 2,300 units; and Eliot Spitzer's real estate firm's development at 420 Kent Ave., which will have three buildings and more than 850 units.
In total, nearly 15 new developments containing at least 20 units each are expected to be built in the two neighborhoods in the near future.