A Cobble Hill battle to evict to elderly sisters that got some ink and links last year is over. A follow-up in today's Daily News reports that one of the grandmas died and the other has moved to Jersey. The fight involved a house on Cheever Place that was sold out from under them for $1.13 million and a new owner that wanted them out. The eviction fight was still going on when one of the sisters died over the summer and the other decided to move. They got eviction papers in 2005 after Corcoran put the house on the market and PriceChopped it with a long set of conditions that included "all cash" and "must take tenants in place." And now they're dead and gone, so to speak.
· Eviction battle for sisters ends with death and sadness [NYDN]
· Carroll Gardens Fight: Throw Grandma From the Building [Curbed]
· Curbed Price Chopper: High Pressure Tactics in Cobble Hill [Curbed]