They’re still not built, but the brick row houses at 357 to 361 Henry Street that were nothing but a rendering in June, above, are now for sale. The exteriors are traditional in style and were approved by Landmarks. Some commenters on an earlier thread decried the placement of the parlor-floor windows, but we think this group is a huge improvement over Fedders-style infill. Each four-bedroom, four-bath house is priced at $4,300,000, and will come with Pogennpohl cabinetry and Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, according to the listing at Warren Lewis/Sotheby’s. Buyers will have the opportunity to customize their purchase. East West Bank has had a $3,252,925 lien on the property since February, according to PropertyShark.
357-361 Henry Street Listing [Warren Lewis/Sotheby’s]
Finally, a Rendering for 357-361 Henry Street [Brownstoner]
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