Big Karl Fischer-Designed Building to Replace Closed Key Food on Fulton in Bed Stuy

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A local developer plans to raise an eight-story mixed-use building at the corner of Fulton and Franklin Streets in Bed Stuy.

Plans filed with the city last week for 1134 Fulton Street call for 117 rental units that will sit atop ground-floor retail and, strangely, parking for 75 cars on the second story. The building, to be designed by architect Karl Fischer, will also hold a gym, a third-floor terrace, bicycle storage and a laundry room.

In sum, developer Joseph Brunner’s plan will bring some 108,000 square feet of new development to the site, which currently holds a two-story retail strip that includes a Popeye’s, a soul-food restaurant and a shuttered Key Food.

The plan — first reported by The Real Deal — is pending approval from the Building Department.

Joseph Brunner to Bring 119-Unit Rental Building to Bed Stuy [TRD]
Photo by Gregg Snodgrass for PropertyShark

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