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Brooklyn Eagle HQ gives way to six-story residential building

November 17, 2011 02:51PM

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. The current structure, on the corner of Middagh Street in Brooklyn Heights, has 6,300 square feet on a 4,800-square-foot lot, but shows the lot is zoned for up to 16,512-square feet.

Fortis has been active in Brooklyn of late, as it picked up 37 condominium units at 20 Bayard Street in Williamsburg last month for $25 million. [Brownstoner]

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