Historic Lucille Lortel Theater bought a three-story carriage house to Chelsea for around $5.35 million, the sources say.
Real estate transaction at 134 W. 18th St. not included in public records; the exact price is not yet known.
The carriage house will be the headquarters of the theatre, as well as a 61-seat theatre, which will open in 2025.
This is in addition to its historic and restored theater on Christopher Street.
The 23-foot-wide carriage house is part of a row of former stables once used to service the West Village mansions on the Gold Coast.
Built around 1910, this commercial building boasts coveted curb trim and high ceilings, but “requires a lot of work,” the source said.
Real estate located near the historic district of Chelsea and also provides a total building area of 12,738 square feet, but the so-called strip law restricts most narrow townhouses less than 45 feet wide from building above.
The listing brokers are Matthew Lesser, Ravi Kanta, Cameron LeCates and Tori Landon of Leslie J. Garfield.
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