From Beloved Brooklyn Cinema to Boutique Condominium

Mettle Property and JMH Development Group

Since the beloved Brooklyn Heights Cinema at 70 Henry Street shut down, the highly anticipated apartments that have taken its place have finally hit the market, and several photos have been revealed of the new development.

Developers Mettle Property teamed up with JMH Development, to purchase the site for $7.5 million in 2014. The four-story development, dubbed 70 Henry, has a brick exterior with several large windows and fits nicely into the Brooklyn neighborhood.


The building holds five condominiums total, one of which has its own private entrance. The three-bedroom apartment that is 1,539 square feet starts at $2.85 million, while the four-bedroom measures 2,700 square feet and starts at $4.95 million. Each home has high ceilings, custom kitchen cabinetry, floors lined with oak, and more. The base of the building is expected to hold retail state.



Currently, only three of the condominiums have hit the market, with the other two soon to follow.