The building that houses the offices of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle as well as two apartments has been listed for sale.
Brownstoner: Massey Knakal has a new, $3,000,000 listing for 30 Henry Street, which is home to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. The property is being pitched as a development site with around 16,500 buildable square feet.
There is no word on where the Eagle offices may be moving. However the listing does mention the terms of the current leases – one for the Eagle and two for apartments in the building:
The subject property is a 4,800 SF development site, located on the corner of Henry & Middagh Street, in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District. The property’s zoning is R7-1 w/ a C1-5 commercial overlay, which has an FAR of 3.44 & permits a total 16,512 BSF; the FAR increases to 4.8 for community facility use, which provides for 23,040 BSF.
Remaining on the site is a 1.5 story, 6,300 SF mixed-use building, containing 2 apartments and 1 commercial unit. The ground floor, occupied by the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, is on a month-to-month lease paying $9,400 per month. The building features a full basement with 12’+ ceilings, a curb cut for a 4 car garage and open floor plates. Note: BDE’s lease includes use of one of the apartments. The second apartment is, also, month-to-month & is paying $1,400.