The Brooklyn Daily Eagle reports that construction on the property at the corner of Orange and Henry is due to begin this spring.
The developers who plan to turn Brooklyn Heights’ shuttered movie theater into condos expect to start construction in spring 2016 and complete the job in fall 2017, according to Colin Lieu, who handles social media for Madison Estates.
The developer and its joint-venture partner JMH Development are planning a five-story building with about 24,000 square feet of residential space and 1,200 square feet of ground-floor retail at 70 Henry St., Lieu said in an email.
The property will be considerably smaller than the other condo developments at the north end of Henry Street, but it continues the trend of conversions from commercial to development in that part of the neighborhood.
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