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Cobble Hill’s Gas Station-Replacing Apartments Are Coming

The boutique building's teaser site just launched

The teaser site for a boutique eight-condo building rising in Cobble Hill just appeared online, signaling that they'll be coming to market sometime soon. 325 Henry Street, formerly known as 112 Atlantic Avenue, is busy rising on the site of a former Shell gas station. The site falls within the Cobble Hill Historic District and faced some opposition from the Landmarks Preservation Commission and neighbors for being too glassy, but the BKSK design approved by the LPC in late 2014 is pretty sensitive to the surrounding area (read: it's not a 10-story glass tower.)

Pricing intel for the building has yet to be revealed, but judging by its "boutique" status and large apartments—they'll average about 2,200 square feet—guesses are they'll be on the higher end of the norm for new development along Atlantic Avenue. Down the block, The Boerum launched sales in December 2014 from $800,000 and is now very nearly sold out. Joining it are The Nevins on Schermerhorn Street, where studios will ask from $500,000. Morris Adjmi's condos at 465 Pacific Street are also on short supply these days. As these things go, when demand is high, so are prices.