Photo courtesy of the city of New Haven

Yale University has filled in a hole in its control of a part of its medical school campus in New Haven.

The school bought 69 Daggett St. in the city’s Hill neighborhood and a short distance from Yale New Haven Medical Center last week for $2.57 million, according to a warranty deed filed with the New Haven clerk’s office. The seller was an LLC registered to a commercial address in the village center of Great Neck, Long Island.

The New Haven Independent first reported the sale, and noted the building’s history as the former home of a culturally significant but entirely illegal set of artist live-work spaces from the 1970s through 2015.

The 1910-vintage ex-factory is 78,006 square feet and sits on 1.06 acres, according to the city property database, and is appraised at $1.38 million, slightly less than it last sold for in 2004.

It sits in the center of a U-shaped series of low-slung buildings owned by Yale New Haven Medical Center and currently used for the Yale University Medical School. The school told The New Haven Independent it has no immediate plans for the property.