Yes, friends, our cozy corner of the world is showing signs of becoming an outpost of Southern California. Don’t believe it? For starters, we have a beach. It even gets occasional bits of surf when a passing vessel raises a wake. There’s a surf shop in DUMBO. If you don’t feel like riding the wild […]
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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 […]
The new build condo project at 30 Henry Street, dubbed The Heights, has sold two more high-end units (now in contract) in the building—including the five-story condo’s penthouse.
Before the snow came down last weekend, builders installed a new plywood roof over the pit at 30 Henry Street. Blog McBrooklyn offers an aerial view of the former Brooklyn Eagle building. DUMBO-based developer Fortis Manor purchased the homely one-story building at 30 Henry & Middagh in November 2011 for $3.5 million—$500K over its asking […]
An official realtor website from developer Fortis Property Group has popped up for Brooklyn Heights’ condo project 30 Henry Street, deemed “The Heights,” at the former site of The Brooklyn Eagle. A new rendering of the exterior has also been made public, Brownstoner shares. The Real Deal offers the goodies on what it terms “a […]
According to a blissfully rosy story in The New York Post, the 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park is not only about a year from being 60% complete, but deserves credit for a residential real estate boom in both Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. First, the optimistic factoids regarding BBP’s 60% completion: The Post assures that “a sports […]
The one-story 1963 homely building that housed the long-lived “Brooklyn Eagle” newspaper at 30 Henry Street is history. It was two months ago that the lot in Brooklyn Heights was boarded up and by
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle sign, a fixture at the newspaper’s former HQ at 30 Henry Street was taken down this morning by workers. A six story residential building is slated to be built at that location. Instagram photo via bmacmedia
Workers have already removed quite a bit of the roof from the former Brooklyn Eagle Building at 30 Henry Street. McBrooklyn reports that you can see through the slats to what was a conference room and production area of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle newspaper. (Larger image below.)
As the BHB has been regularly following, the former Brooklyn Eagle building at 30 Henry Street & Middagh—purchased for $3.5 million in November 2011 by DUMBO-based developer Fortis Manor—was approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission in December for a five-story, six-unit condo building to take its place. On May 17, the new owner filed a […]
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