Office Conversion Filed for 27-Story, 45,000-Square-Foot Student Dorm at 67 Livingston Street, Brooklyn Heights

67 Livingston StreetPresent-day 67 Livingston Street. Photo via Meridian Investment Sales

Financial District-based Glory Capital has filed applications to convert the 27-story, 92-unit dormitory at 67 Livingston Street, in Brooklyn Heights, into an office building. The 45,143-square-foot, 22-foot-wide building will host office space on the ground through 25th floors. The conversion will include amenities, specifically a fitness center on the second floor and a sky lounge on the 26th floor. The property’s square-footage will remain unchanged. The 182-student dormitory is current being used by the Art Institute of New York City, and their lease expires later this year. H. Thomas O’Hara’s Midtown South-based HTO Architect is the architect of record. The Real Deal was the first to report on the filings.

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3 Comments on "Office Conversion Filed for 27-Story, 45,000-Square-Foot Student Dorm at 67 Livingston Street, Brooklyn Heights"

  1. By floors building had began its purpose, with principle of an each work.

  2. Andrew Porter | May 5, 2016 at 6:23 pm |

    This was a sliver—remember those?—erected on the site of a torn-down brownstone. I had friends who lived next door at 59, who were stunned when their living-room windows were bricked over during construction of this building. It was soon bought by the Jehovah’s Witnesses, who turned it into a dormitory. It was sold by the JWs.

    Oh, and my friends? They, and many others who lost all light and air in several rooms, moved shortly afterwards.

  3. Ursula Hahn | May 6, 2016 at 8:32 pm |

    Andrew, I remember the controversy well. Lou Greco was the developer.

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