Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Brooklyn Eagle Sign Comes Down at 30 Henry Street

Construction workers removed the Brooklyn Daily Eagle sign from the newspaper's old headquarters at 30 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights yesterday.

Brick by brick, the building is being demolished to make room for a new, five-story condo.

The Brooklyn Eagle has moved to DUMBO and 16 Court Street, with another office in Bay Ridge.

Previous Posts On This Topic:
- 30 Henry Street, Brooklyn Heights: Roof Already Half Off
- 30 Henry Street HQ of Brooklyn Eagle Sold for $3.5 Million
- A Century of Changes at 30 Henry Street, Brooklyn Heights
- LPC Approves New 30 Henry Street Design in Brooklyn Heights
- Brooklyn Eagle's HQ in Brooklyn Heights Sold to Developers

- Find the Changes In New Improved 30 Henry Street Proposal
- Brooklyn Eagle Looking to Move to Gowanus? Building On the Market
- Serious Accident Sends Car Flying into Building on Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights

Photo by MK Metz

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