Sep 17, 2020
Brooklyn townhouse with indoor pool and yoga greenhouse promoting for $8M
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A brand new Brooklyn townhouse with its personal indoor pool is in the marketplace for $7.99 million.
The 25-foot-wide residence, at 72 Middagh St. in Brooklyn Heights, comes with its personal two-car storage. (That’s a plus, as a result of extra New Yorkers are driving because of the coronavirus pandemic.)
At 5,500 sq. toes, the house opens to a mudroom after which a chef’s kitchen with a desk that seats 12.
Beneath floor, there’s an excavated basement with the true spotlight — a 22-foot-long pool — plus a a skylight, a sauna and wine storage.
The residence is at the moment configured with three bedrooms and two loos on the third ground — together with one bed room with an ensuite rest room and a personal, lined terrace overlooking the backyard.
A main bedroom takes up the entire fourth ground. The house additionally options an elevator and stairs that result in a inexperienced roof deck.
The itemizing brokers are Ravi Kantha, Matthew Lesser, Gian Mitchell and Cameron LeCates, of Leslie J. Garfield.
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Indoor Theaters, Outdoor Performance Venues Get Green Light To Reopen In Anne Arundel County Friday
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Beginning Friday, indoor theaters and outdoor performance venues in Anne Arundel County will be allowed to reopen at 50% capacity under an executive order signed by County Executive Steuart Pittman Monday.
The order allows theaters and venues to reopen at 50 percent capacity or 100 people per auditorium or venue, whichever is less, at 9 a.m. Friday.
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Organized outdoor events of up to 100 people will also be allowed with social distancing plans and people in charge of ensuring mask rules are followed.
Pittman’s office initially announced the changes late last week.
Indoor dining capacity increased to 75% in much of the state Monday, though Anne Arundel County is not moving forward with the increased capacity.
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