For a Brooklyn Heights Townhouse, a Divine Reinvention

For a Brooklyn Heights Townhouse, a Divine Reinvention

The New York Times-NY·2021-04-07 06:03

When Steven Holley found his 1834 Greek Revival townhouse in Brooklyn Heights, it seemed almost like divine intervention.

“It had been owned by the Roman Catholic Church for about a hundred years, and the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor had been living there since 1969,” said Mr. Holley, 63, a partner at the law firm Sullivan & Cromwell.

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