Massey Knakal has a new, $3,000,000 listing for 30 Henry Street, which is home to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. The property is being pitched as a development site with around 16,500 buildable square feet. According to Property Shark, the building that houses The Eagle was constructed in 1963; the listing says that the paper has a $9,400, month-to-month lease of the commercial space that also includes one of the structure’s two apartments, and the other rents for $1,400 a month. This a fair price tag for prime Brooklyn Heights?
30 Henry Street Listing [Massey Knakal] GMAP
Photo from Property Shark.
The full City Council Thursday approved the proposal championed by outgoing Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz to turn Childs Restaurant into an entertainment complex and public park. The $53,000,000 project, now called the Seaside Park and Community Art Center, will involve restoring the landmarked facade and building a 5,000 seat amphitheater, park and playground. “By restoring this iconic […]
Fridays at 11, Brownstoner Upstate brings you a selection of properties within three hours north, and a little east or west, of New York City. Dear Santa: Will you please bring us a Woodstock house that we’ll never be able to afford in a million billion years? As you know from your frequent visits to […]
A look at Brooklyn, then and now. The holiday season in Downtown Brooklyn is a festive mass of commerce, kitsch and tradition. The stores put out their holiday best sellers, street vendors everywhere are hawking their wares, and elaborate lights fixtures are set up to hang across the streets, bringing snowflakes, holiday greetings and candy […]
Leasing began yesterday for 388 Bridge Street, the now nearly complete 53-story high-rise next to Fulton Mall, DNAinfo reported. Halstead is marketing the property, which will have a mix of rental and condo units, and residents are supposed to be able to start moving in by February. The rents at Brooklyn’s tallest building range from $2,540 […]
The glassy rooftop addition proposed for the adaptive reuse of the iconic Empire Stores warehouses in Dumbo has alarmed residents and preservationists, who showed up at a Landmarks meeting Tuesday to voice their objections, the Daily Eagle reported. The commissioners agreed with them. Apparently the commissioners just didn’t like the idea of two glassy floors […]