It was almost a month ago that demolition began on the old one-story building that used to house the Brooklyn Eagle newspaper at 30 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights. After a quick start, the demolition seemed to slow a bit but the building is definitely all gone now. We got a look through the open fence yesterday and all that was left was the foundation from the original building. Up next: A five-story apartment building brought to you by Fortis. Rendering here.
Brooklyn Eagle Building Coming Down As We Speak [Brownstoner]
Plywood Up at Former Brooklyn Eagle HQ [Brownstoner]
Brooklyn Eagle Building Not Long for this World [Brownstoner]
Price Tag for 30 Henry Street? $3.5 Mil [Brownstoner]
LPC Designates Bank, OKs 30 Henry Street Design [Brownstoner]
30 Henry Application Returns to Landmarks Tomorrow [Brownstoner]
No Decision From LPC on 30 Henry Build [Brownstoner]
Renderings Revealed for 30 Henry Street [Brownstoner]
30 Henry Street Chasing a Waterfall [Brownstoner]
Brooklyn Eagle Building on the Market [Brownstoner] GMAP
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