It's been a busy few years for Long Island College Hospital's Lamm Institute building, better known to its friends and loved ones as the Amity Street Horror. The property appeared to have a future as a development project, but faced with local and Landmarks Preservation Commission opposition, it returned to market. Now, the Brooklyn Eagle confirms a recent rumor that the 110 Amity Street property has sold. The Horror, along with its neighbors at 357, 359, and 361 Henry Street, was asking $6.4 million, with the properties also available separately. The Eagle also adds a little fuel to the real estate gossip fire: rumor has it that the properties were purchased by three buyers who plan to turn them into three luxury units. Of course, the Landmarks Commission has already approved plans for a seven-unit luxury residential conversion at 110 Amity and new townhouses on the vacant Henry Street lots, so either way, neighbors, prepare yourselves.
· Former LICH Property Sells [BK Eagle]
· 110 Amity Street coverage [Curbed]