Today, the condos at 20 Henry Street, aka the Peaks Mason Mints Factory, officially went on sale. The building, which was once “afforadable housing” under Mitchell Lama now boasts luxury residences with a top price of $2.56 million. Curbed reports that broker Halstead claims that over 1,900 folks have expressed interest in the properties.
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A Brooklyn Heights tipster wrote to Curbed this week about the new development at 20 Henry. The tipster is not impressed: Curbed: A tipster has the scoopage on new Brooklyn Heights condo conversion 20 Henry (at 20 Henry Street, ‘natch), which was formally the Peaks Mason Mints building, constructed in 1929. The two-building setup has […]
Although no work was in evidence when this photo was taken (about 2:00 this afternoon), there was scaffolding up announcing new apartments to come.
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