The Lamm Institute building at 110 Amity Street (corner of Henry), affectionately known as the “Amity Street Horror”, and three adjoining vacant parcels facing Henry Street, have been sold by Long Island College Hospital to undisclosed buyers, according to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. According to the Eagle story, the buyers plan to convert the building into three luxury residences. No indication is given what will be done with the three vacant parcels, although the story notes that the Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved building a three story townhouse on each of them.
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