How did we miss this! The 12-story, 107-unit Karl Fisher build is actually going up at 267 6th Street, at 4th Avenue. The DOB renewed new building permits this summer, and Karl Fisher is still listed as the building architect. (Here’s a rendering, but it’s back from 2008.) According to public records, the land transferred to the bank this March, so we doubt Issac Katan still has a hand in this development. It’s been three years since we last checked on this site; back then there wasn’t much happening.
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