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A historic photo of the original brewery building
A historic rendering of the original brewery building
Historic advertisement for the King's Court Hotel

The former 40 Cannon Street site was home to the King's Court Hotel in the mid 1900s.  Once an iconic building, the hotel provided accommodations for many of the Bardavon performers and other elites.  The hotel eventually closed and was turned into the King's Court Apartments in the early 1970s.  The building lost its forlorn glory of the old days and eventually lay vacant. 


In 2013, Jim and Gina Sullivan were approached to purchase the building, to redevelop the site and return it to its former status.  Now the building houses the 40 Cannon Street apartments, grand lobby, and ground floor commercial spaces.  The renovation maintains original exposed brick, wood floors, marble stairs, and many other details.  

The brewery aptly chose the name King's Court Brewing Company, and occupies approximately 2,500SF of ground floor commercial space.  We kept the original brick walls, wood floors, and decorative letters.  We're happy to relive the glory days of the King's Court Hotel with a fresh beer in hand.

Historic image of 40 Cannon Street
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