Soft Launch for 30 Henry Condo Building


A website’s up for the new Brooklyn Heights condo building 30 Henry Street, the former Brooklyn Eagle site. The above interior rendering is out as well; you can see the most recent rendering of the exterior after the jump. Yesterday The Real Deal reported that the five floor-through units are now being marketed. Priced between $3.39 million and $4.95 million, each apartment comes with keyed elevator access. The units are large, ranging from 2,418 to 2,861 square feet.¬†Some site work started up at 30 Henry this summer and the developers expect construction to wrap by late next summer. If you recall, this building, now named The Heights, will feature a courtyard with its very own waterfall.
“Horizontal Townhouse” Development in Brooklyn Heights Launches Sales [TRD]
Thumbs up for the New Building Plans at 30 Henry Street [Brownstoner]
Brooklyn Eagle Building Totally, Completely Gone GMAP
Renderings via The Real Deal

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  • The rendering looks nice, but I would have to see a floor plan. No matter what the finished, if it is a bad layout, it is a bad layout.
    But looking at this rendering there at least looks like a table and 4 chairs fit, so if nothing else that is a plus.

  • Those prices are crazy. You can buy a 2800 sf house in the heights (plus basement & backyard) for $3.5 million. The $1.5 million premium is for…a courtyard waterfall?? Oh I forgot about the robot parking. Think I’d rather pay $400/mo for a regular garage and save my extra million.

    I wonder if these crazy prices in all the new heights condos coming online will lift house prices in the neighborhood (the rising tides/boat theory) or actually stagnate them, because the people with too many dollars but not enough sense flock to the new builds instead of the houses.

  • $1700 a sq ft at a relatively loud and major intersection overlooking the exit ramp from the Bridge…WOW.

    • you need to visit Brooklyn Heights for the first time because you obviously have no idea.

      • As far as the North Heights goes its actually a very busy intersection. Northbound traffic on Henry Street and traffic exiting from the Brooklyn Bridge – Cadman Plaza Ramp (lots of cabs), plus pretty constant (daytime) traffic northbound on Cadman Plaza to the BQE. That’s not to say they wont get their price, as it seems everybody is getting their price in prime brownstone neighborhoods.

        • but this building is not on Cadman Plaza. it is on Henry Street. The bridge ramp exits on Cadman Plaza where 95% of the traffic turns right. I have never seen any sort of traffic on this intersection and I drive all the time.

          • It’s hard to say anywhere in the Heights has “traffic” but using the term that the OP used – “relative” – it does have more traffic at this corner, than say sleepy Willow Street. There’s usual a steady stream of cars passing through (often taxis) that either came off the bridge or exited the BQE via Hicks/Old Fulton. Enough traffic that this is the only corner that PS 8 has a crossing guard besides in front of the school itself.

  • Looks amazing. Perhaps just a little expensive — I would have thought they would have been priced 2.5 to 4. And even 4 for the top floor would be kind of high because you can still get a whole private brownstone for that price.

  • You can get a 2800 sf house with a backyard in the Heights for $3.5 million. The pricing is very aggressive. Robotic parking notwithstanding.

  • minard, the building isnt on Cadman Plaza it is across from a parking lot that is on Cadman and therefore this building more or less overlooks the exit. And many drivers go left on Henry to avoid Court St into Cobble Hill. As do drivers coming up Henry from S/B BQE which exits on old Fulton.

    I am not alleging that its like being on Tillary and Flatbush, but it is far from an ideal Brooklyn Heights location..

  • minard, the building isnt on Cadman Plaza it is across from a parking lot that is on Cadman and therefore this building more or less overlooks the exit. And many drivers go left on Henry to avoid Court St into Cobble Hill. As do drivers coming up Henry from S/B BQE which exits on old Fulton.

    I am not alleging that its like being on Tillary and Flatbush, but it is far from an ideal Brooklyn Heights location..

  • At first I thought this was a photo so I was thinking “nice”. Then I saw the price and also realized it was a rendering. I don’t know if I trust the image now. If I had that kind of money (which I don’t) I would probably prefer to live in my own building on a quieter street. I would also expect a floorplan, since this IS imaginary. I am amused by the piano (hey, this place is sooo big!) and the “Flats” sign in the exterior shot.

  • At first I thought this was a photo so I was thinking “nice”. Then I saw the price and also realized it was a rendering. I don’t know if I trust the image now. If I had that kind of money (which I don’t) I would probably prefer to live in my own building on a quieter street. I would also expect a floorplan, since this IS imaginary. I am amused by the piano (hey, this place is sooo big!) and the “Flats” sign in the exterior shot.

  • The “To Let Flats” sign is real!
    The nice thing about the exterior rendering compared to earlier ones is they wised up and got rid of SOME of the realism and took the firefighters’ personal cars off the sidewalk on the Middagh side :)