Jehovah Witnesses’ Dormitory, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, NY

Amidst the staid rowhouses and mansions of Brooklyn Heights are a few mid-century surprises. This building, 119 Columbia Heights at the corner of Pineapple Street was built by the Witnesses in 1969-70 as a dormitory and library. Ulrich Franzen and Associates designed it. Here is an aerial view that shows how the corner building also incorporates the three adjoining rowhouses into the complex. The are internally connected with the newer building.

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