Brooklyn Heights Blog has a post written by Kenn Lowy, who took over the ownership of Brooklyn Heights Cinema earlier this year, about how the landlord of the theater at 70 Henry Street intends to demolish the building and develop a condo in its place. According to Lowy, the cinema’s lease ends on June 30th, but it’s unclear when demolition will start. Lowy says he’s intent on opening the theater in a new location somewhere in the area.
Brooklyn Heights Cinema Owner Kenn Lowy Responds to Possible Closing [BHB] GMAP
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