The four-story building features eight apartments, including two penthouses
Name: 325 Henry
Address: 325 Henry Street, Brooklyn, NY
Developer: Avery Hall Investments & OTL Enterprises
Architect: BKSK Architects (also interiors)
Size: Four stories, eight units
Prices: From $1.975 million
Sales & Marketing: The Corcoran Group
What was once the site of a Shell gas station is now home to an eight-unit luxury condo building. Sales launched today at the Avery Hall Investments and OTL Enterprises-developed 325 Henry Street in Cobble Hill.
“325 Henry Street was conceived as a response to the demand for elegant high-end residences in the sought-after neighborhood,”…
Families will need to make under 60 percent of the AMI
A South Bronx church is about to get two new neighbors. Plans have been filed for two affordable buildings, one at 960 Prospect Avenue and one at 961 Reverend James A. Polite Avenue, in the neighborhood of Morrisania, YIMBY reported. The first will be right next to the Thessalonia Baptist Church and have 54 units. The second will have 66 units. …
Trying to sell the place has not been successful
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has been trying to unload his Hoboken home since last May. At a sale price of $15.2 million, he has thus far been unsuccessful. So, he’s putting it up for rent at $18,000 a month, The Real Deal reported. The 3,500-square-foot, three-bedroom unit is actually a combination of three in the Hudson Tea Building. It has a fantastic view of the Manhattan skyline, plus a view down to Jersey City and the Garden State’s tallest building. The eat-in kitchen has a bench, there is a playroom, and there is home automation.
Why give up all of that? Manning reportedly needs a bigger home for his family.
• 1500 Hudson St 7IJK, Hoboken, NJ [Sroka Worldwide]
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The developers have until April 25 to secure financing
The planned conversion of the Kingsbridge Armory into an ice hockey center maybe halted due to a lack of funds, the New York Times reports. The development firm behind the project now has until April 25 to prove that it has $158 million to go forth with the first phase of construction.
The fate of the armory is currently embroiled in a somewhat messy back and forth between the state and the developer on one side, and the city on the other.
The city has placed the lease on the five-acre…
Two City Council Members want to raise community awareness about disappearing subsidized housing through an online map
Since 2012, a tenant protection group has helped restore 50,000 units of rent regulated housing in New York City that had been improperly deregulated, the New York Daily News reports. Behind the effort is the Homes and Community Renewal’s Tenant Protection Unit, which has also restored $2.25 million in overcharges to tenants throughout the city.
The report comes on the heels of a new bill introduced to City Council by Council Members Ritchie Torres and Mark Levine that seeks to create a public…
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From its earliest settlements to the megaprojects of the present day
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Has purchased two sites so far in the 10-block development site
Yet another development firm is making a beeline for the Rheingold Brewery site in Bushwick. All Year Management paid $72.2 million for a large parcel of land at 28 Stanwix Street, the Real Deal reported, adding to another piece of land it purchased at the adjacent 123 Melrose Street, for $68.5 million, last year.
Most of the parcels located at the former Rheingold Brewery site are currently owned by Read Property Group, but the firm has been divvying up the land to prospective buyers of late. Apart from All…
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