CLINTON HILL — Condos are risen.
St. Luke’s Evangelical Lutheran Church of Clinton Hill sold for $8.8 million and is on the path toward becoming a residential condominium, according to the Commercial Observer.
Brookland Capital bought the church's 32,000 square foot spot at 259 Washington Ave., which spans the block from Washington Avenue to Hall Street, the Observer reported.
Church leadership had hoped to sell the building to another religious institution, the Daily News reported in April.
The lot sits just inside the Clinton Hill Historic District, which means architectural changes will have to go before the city's Landmarks Preservation Commission. It is located next to another block-wide residential building in construction, 238 Hall St., owned by emerging Brooklyn property hound Robert Cayre, state records show.
DNAinfo mapped many of the borough's church-to-condo conversions in 2014: