Holy Moly: Watchtower Continues to Divest in the Heights


    On Friday news hit that the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society has put another five of its valuable Brooklyn Heights properties on the market. The houses are asking a combined total of $18.8 million. Last month, the Jehovah’s Witnesses, in the long lead up to moving their headquarters upstate, put a few other Heights buildings on the market. Here’s a breakdown of the latest crop of listings:
    165 Columbia Heights: 4,172-square-foot, four-bedroom townhouse (two units; three bedrooms in the main apartment) with a garage. Asking $4,500,000.
    76 Willow Street: Corner townhouse configured as three units: A studio, a two bedroom and a one bedroom. Listed for $3,600,000.
    67 Remsen Street: Currently configured as nine studio rentals with an office space. Asking $3,600,000.
    105 Willow Street: 4,755-square-foot house used as a five-family property with one-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments on each floor. Listed for $3,600,000.
    34 Orange Street: 3,040-square-foot townhouse with a garage. Asking $3,500,000.
    Click through for a map showing where the five houses are…

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