With prices ranging between $3.3 million and $4.95 million per apartment, 30 Henry Street has sold out. The condos, built on the lot formerly the home of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, began construction in 2012 with sales beginning in November of that year.
Fortis purchased the building for $3.5 millon in 2011.
The Real Deal: The final unit on the market, a $4.95 million “penthouse,” rounded out the sale of the 30 Henry Street building’s five units, according to the blog 6sqft. The apartment spans 2,861 square feet and takes up the entire fifth floor of the building, and is made up of three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and a private roof deck. The living room opens to Juliet balconies, while the bath boasts marble soaking tubs and glass showers. The kitchen is decked out with a built-in espresso machine.