On The Market: Former Brooklyn Daily Eagle Location 30 Henry

The former Brooklyn Daily Eagle location at 30 Henry Street has placed its five new condo units on the market—before the structure has even reached ground level. “The Heights At 30 Henry Street” are listed by Corcoran with a range from $3.395 million for a 2,418sf 3BR to $4.95 million for a 2,861sf 3BR, 2.5BA penthouse. Each of its five stories contains one unit.

Among the amenities: terraces that look over a private landscaped courtyard, windows on all sides of the residences, “automated” private underground parking, spa bathrooms, high-end chef’s kitchen, 1,000-sf great rooms, a bike room, private keyed elevator access, SMART Home Technology, and a “virtual doorman.” More pics below.

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  • TMS

    Wonder how these future residents will feel about the noise from the firetrucks 24/7.

  • sarah

    TMS, that’s exactly what I was thinking….that and it feels like we’re back to 2007 prices.

  • Heightster

    And 600 + elementary school kids walking by twice a day.

  • Gerry

    This is not prime Brooklyn Heights and Henry Street is a very busy street not a great location.

  • Narrival

    Is this the New Normal? Makes the other new BH developments look cheap!

  • HenryLoL

    It’s location is awsome — right near all the restaurants, dumbo, bb park, promenade, subways. Much better than south heights where there are no trains and Atlantic avenue. North heights is much better. As for Henry Being loud… Well, not really. Think of people who live on fifth avenue or park in manhattan… Now that’s loud. Henry is only one lane.

  • TMS

    Henry itself isn’t loud. It’s the firetrucks at all hours of the day and night heading out, blowing the horn and sirens right next to the new development. I used to live right there and believe me, not a night went by that I wasn’t woken up by it. And I’m a city person. Noise doesn’t bother me. It’s bad.

  • Narrival

    These are high prices for anywhere in the Heights. As an owner I sure hope they can pull it

  • That’s My Dagh

    I live in the building on the other side of the firehouse. The trucks generally don’t even turn their sirens on around there. You can barely every hear anything, and it wouldn’t wake the lightest sleeper up here. Maybe it used to be different as I’ve only been here for a year.

    Also, I have normal work hours and the kids walking around is not an issue.

    I agree though, would much rather be on Hicks than Henry, and these places seem super expensive.

  • Gerry

    @ HenryLoL – the location is not awesome over where I live is much better its off Montague Street on the Promenade it is a charming little block named Montague Terrace can you dig it?

  • Mr. Crusty

    There goes Gery again saying HIS area is better than YOUR area. What is with you? What a truly insufferable person. As if one area can be intrinsically “better” than another. Everyone likes different things, has different lifestyles, has different needs. Any reasonably intelligent person would understand that the desirability of an area is purely subjective.

    For example for me any area that Gerry obsessive needs to praise would be on the bottom of that list. Now, just the sound of “Montague Terrace” makes me throw up a little bit in my mouth. Can you dig it?

  • Gerry

    We live in prime Brooklyn Heights these new condos are not prime Brooklyn Heights in fact we think that part of Henry Street is crummy.

  • Mr. Crusty

    I think all the rats on Montague Street are disgusting. I don’t know how anybody could live there. And then you have all the rowdy people on the Promenade all night long drinking in the summer. Montague Terrace has got to be the most dangerous place to live in the Heights. And then you have the unbearable constant drone of tourist helicopters overhead. I would never want to live in a noisy, rat infested, litter strewn, dangerous block like that. Gives me the willies just thinking about it.

  • Gerry

    We think about a home in Fairfeild County, CT. a better quality of life.

    We love Brooklyn Heights but I think about a swimming pool, a 3 bay garage, central air conditioning, the Fairfeild County Day School, etc.

    And so we look at homes near Westport, Fairfeild, Darien and maybe one day will will make a move.

    Before work I could swim early each morning at the Westport, Ct. YMCA they have a great pool – here in Brooklyn Heights there is no great pool.

  • Thruxton

    @Gerry STFUP. already.

  • David on Middagh

    Thruxton, choose your moments. If the troll and the bully are keeping each other occupied, let them be.

  • malanga es malanga

    Truer words have never been spoken (or written), David on Middagh. Well said, sir.

  • Gerry

    @ Thruxton – did your mutha teach you to speak like that?

    In our house we do not use vulgar language.

    Why would our idea of a home in the woods of Connecticut provok suck profanity?

    Each morning I swim at Hofstra University 6am to 7am because there is no decent pool here in downtown Brooklyn — I desire a 50 meter 15 foot deep pool not some tiny YMCA or healthclub pool but a BIG one.

    Your vulgar remarks are rude.

  • Gerry

    Lackluster is one word to decribe these condos.

  • MonroeOrange

    Gerry, Gerry, Gerry, Gerry, Gerry!

  • Eddyenergizer
  • Gerry

    @ Eddyenergizer – I had looked into one of these but it would be very hard in a brownstone water preasuure amoung other issues but thanks so much for the link.

  • Gerry

    I feel that our living room is much more beautiful than the model shown here and we bought our new sofa at Raymour and Flannigan in the Fulton Mall can y’all dig it?

  • Hicks and Pineapple

    gerry you spelled fairfield wrong. Your grandeur is not as elegant as you think you pompous narcissistic man