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Cobble Hill’s 118 Congress Street Gobbled Up By Developer JMH

New York-based JMH Development—known in Brooklyn for the successful conversion of a warehouse at 184 Kent Street in Williamsburg to a 340-unit rental building—has spent $6.6 million for a posse of properties in Cobble Hill.

Brownstoner reports that the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn sold its parcel at 118 Congress Street, between Hicks and Henry, comprising a string of buildings totaling 18,001 square feet. Repeated inquiries to JMH by Brownstoner about their intentions for the properties weren’t returned. As well, there is no DOB filing yet. The properties are part of the Cobble Hill Historic District.

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