Holy Moly: Watchtower Continues to Divest in the Heights

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    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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