30 Henry Street Facade Revealed With 80% Of Units In Contract [VIDEO]

The scaffolding, or as the pros call it “staging”, around 30 Henry Street came down today and our Karl Junkersfeld was there. He notes
that according to Streeteasy, 4 out of the 5 units in the building are under contract. One apartment is still available at $4.5 million which he notes is a valuation of $1400/square foot.

Karl’s video features some interesting “then and now” footage as well.

So, do you think the floor through units are worth that kinda cabbage?

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  • Karl Junkersfeld

    Link to StreetEasy indicating that 4 of 5 apartments are in contract.


  • Karl Junkersfeld

    Link to developer’s site with additional pictures. Look at private courtyard:


  • Incredulous

    LOL. If anyone is stupid enough to spend more than $1,000 per sq ft, especially for this stunningly undesirable location (noisy, looking at two low income towers, etc.,), then I have a bridge to sell you. My guess is these claims of pre-sales are complete PR gamesmanship (aka “BS”). The audacity of the developer to refer to a fourth floor flat as a “penthouse” is simply beyond belief. And the shamelessness of Junkersfeld to promote this BS conjures up the word “shill.”

  • Cranberry Beret

    That’s what new construction is selling for today in these parts. Stupid or not, it’s a fact. Also, your hyperbole is what’s shameless…it’s hard to imagine any corner of Brooklyn Heights ever qualifying as “stunningly undesirable.” No one’s being a shill here. Your post is obnoxious.

  • Andrew Porter

    Low income towers? 140 Cadman Plaza is a Mitchel-Lama middle-income coop; 75 Henry is no longer in the program, and apartments there now go for hundreds of thousands.

  • Heightsman

    I just wonder who these people are….good for them.

  • Karl Junkersfeld

    Didn’t mean to be a shill but was trying to report the facts. StreetEasy is usually pretty reliable. If I seemed to be ebullient about the project it is because I am. Two buildings I really disliked in the North Heights were the Brooklyn Daily Eagle Building now demolished and the Police Station on Poplar which is now being renovated for luxury condos. A third building is the movie house on Orange which is being converted to rental apartments while retaining the movie theater. A win-win for all involved. All three of these conversions are a major plus for the North Heights in my humble opinion. Thank goodness our neighborhood is appealing enough to attract such luxury development. Did I ever mention I love Brooklyn Heights?

  • MonroeOrange

    Low income towers?..get your facts straight before you spout nonsense Incredoulous…as someone stated below, one is a mitch a lama and the other is now a private bulding with some of the best views in the heights, that sell for BH prices….but i do agree that the corner is a very noisy traffic corner with cars coming off the bridge at all hours and PS8 down the block.