It looks like something's finally happening with 364 Henry Street, the long-troubled brownstone at the northwest, Cobble Hill corner of Henry and Congress street. There's a bulldozer parked outside the cracked and crumpling building, and construction workers hacking away at the inside.
Asked whether the dilapidated structure will be demolished or fixed, they said "fixed." But they also said the long southern wall (pictured below) will have to come down in order to do so. It's hard for me to believe that any part of this old building is salvageable, it's been standing derelict for so long. The place has had 12 DOB complaints against it just since the beginning of 2009. The lady who lives next door was surveying the activity and expressed the belief that the whole thing should come down. She also said the owner, one John Q. Quadrozzi, Jr., according to DOB records, also owns the almost-equally derelict brownstone on the other side of her building (which is in fine condition.)