Beloved Faison Firehouse Theatre at 6 Hancock Place in Harlem Now Under Contract

 

 

 

Faison Firehouse Theatre with ‘Education is Not a Crime’ mural on the side of the building

Faison Firehouse Theatre, 6 Hancock Place, has been on the market for several years. Completed in 1909, the building was designed by architect Howard E. Constable, and housed the Hook & Ladder Company 40. It is 29-feet wide and includes more than 10,000 square-feet, with a finished roof deck.

Take a walk through the beloved theatre with George Faison, on YouTube below.

The site has 4,000 square-feet of additional air rights and guidable space. Now under Contract, we wonder what will happen to the beloved theatre.

Take a look inside on Streeteasy.