The Brooklyn Eagle reports on the latest in the 20 Henry Street saga:
Brooklyn Eagle: New Architect…: New permit applications have been filed with the Department of Buildings (DOB) for the renovation and conversion of a by now familiar building at 20 Henry St. in Brooklyn Heights, more familiarly known in the area as “the Candy Factory.”
And the documents indicate that a new architect has been hired for the job of converting the building. Joseph Pell Lombardi & Associates, a Manhattan-based firm that specializes in historic preservation, will be creating 14 condominium units in the seven-story, 82-foot-tall building, according to the approved DOB application.
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