Mettle Property Group and JMH in contract to sell unit at 70 Henry Street

January 23, 2018 - New York City

 

 

Brooklyn, NY Mettle Property Group and JMH Development are in contract to sell Unit D of 70 Henry St., condominiums designed by Morris Adjmi. Located in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, Unit D is 2,691 s/f and consists of four bedrooms, three full baths, and one half bath.

Each residence of 70 Henry St. has  9’ ceilings, 7” wide plank oak flooring throughout and custom windows creating light filled living spaces with four exposures each featuring direct elevator access. Residences also feature custom kitchens with Thermador appliances, Quartzite countertops and backsplash. Bathrooms feature Calacatta Gold tile, Kohler sinks, Toto toilets, mosaic stone floors, limestone countertops, exquisite custom oak vanities and Waterworks plumbing fixtures throughout. 

70 Henry Street - Brooklyn, NY

The building’s eclectic lobby design features custom appointments, stone floors, bronze elevator trim and a virtual doorman for your privacy and convenience.

70 Henry St. is the former Brooklyn Heights Cinema. The building was erected in 1895 and previously served as a butcher shop, pharmacy, then as a restaurant before becoming a movie theatre in 1970. Mettle is a leader in the preservation of historic architecture, restoring and utilizing original building materials, as well as developing ground-up construction in context with their neighborhood. 70 Henry Street received approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission and the original façade remains intact as represented by the exterior of the first two floors.

Brooklyn Heights is a neighborhood rich with history, legacy and culture. It is home to exquisite brownstone architecture, tree-lined streets, plenty of green space and a peaceful and safe community. Only moments from Manhattan this area boasts an unparalleled convenience for families, commuters, students and more to live just close enough… without the hectic bustle of the city.

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