Lucille Lortel Theatre buys new NYC headquarters for $5.35M
The historic Lucille Lortel Theater A house with a three-storey garage has been purchased About $5.35 million in Chelsea, sources say.
Bargaining for Property, 134 W. 18th St. At, public records have not been struck; The exact price, as of now, is not known.
The carriage house will be the theater’s headquarters – as well as a 61-seat theater due to open in 2025.
This is in addition to its historic – and renovated – Christopher Street Theatre.
The 23ft wide carriage house is part of a row of old stables that were once used to service West Village Gold Coast mansions.
The commercially zoned property, built around 1910, boasts a coveted curb cut and comes with high ceilings, but “needs a lot of work,” a source said. .
property Chelsea is just outside the historic district and also provides a total buildable allowance of 12,738 square feet — but the so-called sliver law limits most narrow townhouses to 45 feet wide from tall buildings.
Listing brokers Matthew Lesser, Ravi Kantha, Cameron Lacetts and Leslie J. Garfield has Tori Landon.