Fortis Property Group’s Brooklyn Heights condo sells out

Fifth-floor pad goes for just under $5M

TRD New York /
May.May 22, 2014 03:05 PM

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

The final unit on the market, a $4.95 million “penthouse,” rounded out the sale of the 30 Henry Street building’s five units, according to the blog 6sqft. The apartment spans 2,861 square feet and takes up the entire fifth floor of the building, and is made up of three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and a private roof deck. The living room opens to Juliet balconies, while the bath boasts marble soaking tubs and glass showers. The kitchen is decked out with a built-in espresso machine.

Building sales launched in November 2012, and the homes ranged in price from $3.39 million for a 2,418-square-foot first-floor unit with three bedrooms to the $4,95 million, 2,861-square-foot fifth floor pad. BKSK Architects designed the building, which has keyed elevator access to all of the apartments.

The Corcoran Group’s Deborah Rieders marketed the property on behalf of Fortis. [6sqft]Julie Strickland

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