The design has been updated and permits were approved last week for the seven-story, 39-unit mixed-use rental building that will replace the gas station at 840 Fulton Street at the corner of Vanderbilt Avenue in Clinton Hill.
A new rendering shows the materials and colors of the building have changed, although the overall shape is similar. The glassy building has touches of bright orange and mixed materials that form geometric patterns on the facade.
The rendering we previously published, pictured below, was gray and green and more monotone. The architect of record is Daniel Bernstein of Kutnicki Bernstein Architects, according to the permit.
The new-building permit calls for 20,000 square feet in all, including a small 1,400 square foot retail space at street level. There will be seven units on floors two through 6 and and four units on the seventh floor as well as a roof deck. There will also be parking for 25 bikes and 24 cars.
A demolition permit for the existing structure was approved on May 29.
The developer, The Daten Group, purchased the property for $7.4 million in October of 2014, as we already reported. The sale included 3,464 square feet of air rights from the neighboring property at 848 Fulton Street.
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Renderings Kutnicki Bernstein Architects; photo by PropertyShark