City Presents Three Designs for Clinton Hill’s Putnam Triangle Plaza

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The Department of Transportation has released three proposals for the design of Clinton Hill’s Putnam Triangle Plaza. The designs came out of public workshops convened by the Fulton Area Business Alliance.

The green space opened three years ago and is bordered by Fulton Street, Grand Avenue and Putnam Avenue. Neighbors said they wanted space for a green market, a drinking fountain, a concession kiosk, bike racks and plantings that buffered noise from traffic.

Architects Thomas Balsey Associates, the Fulton Area Business Alliance and the DOT presented the first round of designs at a meeting Wednesday.

Fixing up the 15,000-square-foot space will cost roughly $3,750,000, according to the DOT. Take a look at the presentation to learn more about each proposal as well as a FAQ sheet on the project. The rendering above shows the first design option, and you can click through to see layouts and renderings for the other two.

What do you think of the proposals?

Putnam Triangle Plaza Coverage [Brownstoner] 
Renderings via DOT

putnam plaza site plan option 1

putnam plaza rendering option 2

putnam plaza site plan option 2

 

Option 3 Renderings:

putnam plaza plan option 3 rendering

putnam plaza plan option 3

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