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3 Condos In Former Brooklyn Heights Cinema Hit The Market

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70 Henry, image via Morris Adjmi

In August 2014, the small independent movie theater located on the corner of Henry and Orange Streets in Brooklyn Heights closed after 44 years.

Developers Mettle Property Group and JMH Development purchased the landmarked building later that year for $7.5 million, according to Curbed.

Via Google Street View 2013.

The owners worked with renowned architect Morris Adjmi to adapt the space into five boutique condo units—one being a duplex maisonette with a private entrance on Orange Street. The ground floor will be used used for retail.

The design incorporates the old structure, sans the white paint, restoring the original brick facade. The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the project in June 2015.

70 Henry, image via Street Easy

Three of the condos in the new development, called 70 Henry, were put on the market last week, Curbed reports. The three full-floor units are priced at $2.85 million for a three-bedroom, $4.85 million for a four-bedroom, and $4.95 million for another 4-bedroom that’s one story up.

What do you think of 70 Henry? Do you love the new luxury units or do you miss the old cinema?

 

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