Although Long Island College Hospital officially became a part of the SUNY Downstate system a couple weeks ago, the state’s purchase of LICH’s sizable real estate holdings didn’t hit public records until Friday. All told, SUNY paid $205,350,000 for 18 separate LICH properties owned by Continuum Health Partners, the bulk of which are in Cobble Hill. The largest acquisitions were of the main LICH buildings at 339-37 Hicks Street ($66,690,000), 328-346 Henry Street ($44,310,000), and 348-352 Henry Street ($29,910,000). SUNY now also controls a bunch of other smaller properties that Continuum owned, like apartment buildings at 43 Columbia Place in the Heights, which cost $2,400,000, and 336 Flatbush Avenue in the Slope, which went for $700,000.
LICH is Resuscitated [Brownstoner]
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There will be five homes, all with gardens or landscaped decks, on The Brooklyn Heights Association’s house tour this year. Also on the program are refreshments and guided tours of the sanctuary at the historic Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims. The tour takes place Saturday, May 10, from 1 to 5 pm. Tickets ($30 for members […]
Brooklyn, one building at a time. Name: The Decatur Address: 142-144 Decatur Street Cross Streets: Corner Marcus Garvey Boulevard Neighborhood: Stuyvesant Heights Year Built: 1888 Architectural Style: Romanesque Revival Architect: George L. Morse Other work by architect: Temple Bar Building – Court Street, Franklin Trust – Montague Street, Abraham & Straus annex – Livingston Street, […]
Brooklyn-based real estate firm Realty Collective will open an office in Clinton Hill, its fourth location. The official opening of the office at 466 Grand Avenue will take place Sunday April 27, the firm said in a press release. The new location will also handle business in Fort Greene, Bed Stuy, Crown Heights and Prospect Heights. Its […]
OK, it’s really narrow and there are a lot of down lights but this Greenwood Heights house at 396A 19th Street looks pretty cute to us. Goes to show what some great rugs and Timorous Beasties wallpaper can do, right? That bath looks pretty slick, and we also like the new unpainted clapboard exterior. We’re not so […]