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  • 30 Henry Street

    30 Henry Street

    The Heights, Fortis Property Group’s boutique condominium development atop the former home of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, is sold out. [more]

  • The Heights at 30 Henry Street

    A new boutique Brooklyn Heights condo at the former home of newspaper the Brooklyn Daily Eagle is slated to hit the market in the next few months, complete with an automated underground parking garage and a landscaped central courtyard.

    The Heights, at 30 Henry Street, will soft launch today, according to its developer Fortis Property Group. The development features five large full-floor units asking between $3.39 million for a 2,418-square-foot first-floor unit with three bedrooms to $4.95 million for a 2,861-square-foot fifth-floor pad with additional exterior space. Construction on the BKSK Architects-designed building, which will have keyed elevator access to all apartments, is slated to be completed by the late summer. [more]

  • Rendering of 30 Henry Street and Brooklyn Heights Cinema

    The condominium development at the site of the old Brooklyn Eagle newspaper building has gotten its Department of Buildings approval and excavation work has begun, Brownstoner reported.

    As previously reported, Fortis Realty Group is bringing a five-story building with full-floor units to the site, at 30 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights. But rather than bringing a glassy structure to the neighborhood, BKSK Architects’ design was actually criticized for being “too tame.” [more]

  • Community organizations have stated their opposition to the design of a stately brick condominium building proposed for a prominent corner of Brooklyn Heights, the Wall Street Journal reported, because they said it is not modern enough. The BKSK Architects’ design for 30 Henry Street, at the corner of Middagh Street, which will be reviewed today by the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission, is “too tame,” they said.

    “If there was ever a site that cries out for something quite special and a district that deserves something quite special,” this would be it, said Judy Stanton, executive director of the Brooklyn Heights Association, a community advocacy organization. [more]

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    30 Henry Street (credit: PropertyShark)
    The Brooklyn Eagle headquarters will be demolished and give way to a six-story residential building, according to Department of Building filings cited by Brownstoner.

    Though there’s no record of the building changing hands since being put on the market in March with Massey Knakal Realty Services, a company called “Fortis Manor” that shares an address with the Fortis Property Group filed plans for a five-unit building at 30 Henry Street designed by BKSK architects. … [more]


  • 30 Henry Street (source: PropertyShark)

    The 6,300-square-foot Brooklyn Heights property that houses the Brooklyn Daily Eagle is up for sale for $3 million, Brownstoner reported. The paper occupies the ground floor and one of two apartments in the mixed-use building at 30 Henry Street, paying $9,400 for its month-to-month lease. The other apartment rents for $1,400 per month. According to the listing by Massey Knakal Realty Services, the potential development site, on the corner of Middagh Street, has 16,512 buildable square feet. [Brownstoner][more]