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Gas Station-Replacing ‘Boutique’ Condos Launch Sales in Cobble Hill

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The four-story building features eight apartments, including two penthouses

Name: 325 Henry

Address: 325 Henry Street, Brooklyn, NY

Developer: Avery Hall Investments & OTL Enterprises

Architect: BKSK Architects (also interiors)

Size: Four stories, eight units

Prices: From $1.975 million

Sales & Marketing: The Corcoran Group

What was once the site of a Shell gas station is now home to an eight-unit luxury condo building. Sales launched today at the Avery Hall Investments and OTL Enterprises-developed 325 Henry Street in Cobble Hill.

"325 Henry Street was conceived as a response to the demand for elegant high-end residences in the sought-after neighborhood," Brian Ezra, a co-founder of Avery Hall Investments, said in a press release. "The result is a building that not only has a great location, but also a very authentic yet contemporary design."

Prices for the units in this four-story building range from $1.975 million for a two-bedroom to $5.495 million for a five-bedroom penthouse with a private outdoor terrace. In fact, the building comes with two duplex penthouses. The other has four-bedrooms. Both come with over 2,000 square feet of private outdoor space for each.

Some of the standout features for the units, which range in size from 1,250 square feet to over 2,800 square feet, include 10.5 to 11-foot high ceilings, deep-set black steel windows, and wide-plank light grey floors.

Each of the apartments comes with an automated parking spot, and laundry is included in each apartment as well. The building will be ready for occupancy sometime next year.

This development was previously under scrutiny by the Landmarks Preservation Commission and local residents for its design, but the developer and architect subsequently changed it to fit the neighborhood.