Spotted this morning: construction workers doing site prep and putting up a new construction fence at 125 Flatbush Avenue Extension, the future site of a hotel. The developers announced they’d build a 117-room hotel from a “well-known national brand” this spring. Then the DOB approved plans for 13 stories and 116 rooms in late October. The architects are Stonehill & Taylor, who have many hotel designs under their belt.
Permits Approved for 14-Story Hotel on Tillary [Brownstoner]
New Developer Plans Hotel at 125 Flatbush Avenue Extension [Brownstoner]
Pepper and Potter Goin’ Down; Hotel Plans Sunk? [Brownstoner]
Pepper and Potter Prepped For Demo [Brownstoner] DOB
Stimulus Boost for Downtown Brooklyn Hotel [Brownstoner]
From Cars to Mini-Fridges on Tillary [Brownstoner] GMAP
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