Watch Our Report On The New Development At 20 Henry Street In Brooklyn Heights

The Real Deal ranks 20 Henry Street as the number one new development in Brooklyn. Our Karl Junkersfeld ponders that distinction in his latest video report.

The Real Deal: At the top of the list was the 36-unit 20 Henry Street, the former Peaks Mason Mints candy factory. Other buildings were comparatively smaller, but much higher priced, such as the condominium at 253 Pacific Street in Cobble Hill and 202 President Street in Carroll Gardens. And while the Manhattan projects TRD tracked sold out at a relatively slower pace, sources said that many developments in Brooklyn opened with hundred-person long waiting lists.

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  • HenryLoL

    Yeah, um, the dope that made that comment about the location has NO idea about Brooklyn Heights OR the location within. North Heights is one of the best parts of the city — 2/3 and A/C, restaurants, access to BBP and the promenade, close to DUMBO and the Bridge… And to note, it is not a ‘low income’ tower — it’s part of Mitchell Llama and the tower in the middle is market rate with 2 bedroom apartments selling for over a million…