Here’s a new listing for a nice-looking one-bedroom co-op at 155 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights. The prewar pad is only 650 square feet but there’s lots of original detail, a sensible layout, and good light and views. The monthly maintenance of $927 seems a touch high but the asking price of $445,000 doesn’t seem bad at all to us for a nice prewar situation in this location.
155 Henry Street #7H [Corcoran] GMAP P*Shark
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