The townhouse at 364 Henry Street and the carriage house the gutted building shares a lot with have long been in a state of disrepair, but we recently spotted contractors renovating the historic properties. Cement tycoon and owner John Quadrozzi agreed to repair the Cobble Hill building after the city put pressure on him last year, but the renovations have been slow to come; a few months ago the DOB scheduled a hearing with Quadrozzi over a “failure to maintain” the historic structure. At present, the building has $10,000 in outstanding DOB fines. The most recent work permit came through in April, with an approval to remove and reconstruct the rear wall.
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