An eight-story mixed-use building will replace the former Elks Lodge building at 1068 Fulton Street near Classon Avenue in Bed Stuy, next to the Clinton Hill border. Architect Nataliya Donskoy filed a new building application yesterday for an eight-story, 41-unit development on the 5,900-square-foot site.
The project will have 4,796 square feet of ground floor retail, a rec room, roof terrace and 21 underground bike storage spots, according to Schedule A filings. Demolition applications have been filed but not yet approved for the existing building.
A Building of the Day last year, the apartments were originally built as row houses in the 1870s, and a black chapter of the Elks began meeting there in the 1920s, eventually attracting more than 1,000 members.