We’ve known for a long time that a Dumbo-based developer purchased 30 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights, also known as the Brooklyn Eagle building, and has plans to redevelop the property that have already been approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. What was not known until brokerage Massey Knakal sent out a press release today was how much the property’s new owner paid. Via the press release: “[We are] pleased to announce that a historic district development site located at 30 Henry Street has sold for $3,500,000 or $209 per buildable square foot. The subject property is a development site located on the corner of Henry Street & Middagh Street. The site is located in a R7-1 zone w/ a C1-5 overlay, allowing for a total of 16,740 buildable SF.” The asking price was $3 million.
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