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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Scaffolding has gone up on the side of the Coignet Building next to Whole Foods, above, where it appears the grocer is finally making good on its obligation to repair the landmark, Gowanus Your Face Off reported. As we noted previously, in December a renovation permit was approved and Whole Foods was fined $3,000 by the […]
Brooklyn, one building at a time. Name: Private house Address: 218 Arlington Avenue Cross Streets: Corner Ashford Street Neighborhood: Cypress Hills Year Built: Around 1900 Architectural Style: Queen Anne Architect: Unknown Landmarked: No The story: Cypress Hills has a fine collection of housing stock that brings a smile to the face of most old house lovers. […]
The owners of Berry Park are working on a new bar nearby in Greenpoint called Northern Territory, which will host a soft opening tonight. Just like Berry Park, Northern Territory is a large converted warehouse space with rustic wooden decor and a rooftop bar. Hidden behind an unassuming door at 12 Franklin Street on the corner […]
The details at 140 St. Johns Place are strikingly similar to the Ortner house at 272 Berkeley Place, but it’s been recently updated and is set up as an owner’s triplex over a garden-floor two-bedroom rental. The proportions of the four-story brownstone appear majestic, at least in the photos, and there is every kind of elaborate […]