Permits Filed for 2718 Fulton Street, Hotel Coming to Cypress Hills, Brooklyn

2718 Fulton Street2718 Fulton Street, image via Google Maps

On the southern edge of Brooklyn’s Cypress Hills neighborhood, just above the blocks constituting East New York and Brownsville, an under-utilized lot at 2718 Fulton Street is about to be redeveloped with a new hotel. Building applications for the site were filed by Michael Kang Architect, P.C., and show a new structure rising ten floors and totaling 29,694 square feet of commercial space. That will be divided between 100 rooms, for a fairly small average size of only 296 square feet. The location is very atypical for hotel development, possibly indicating it may become a homeless shelter after completion, as has occurred in similarly-sited projects in other Outer Borough neighborhoods. Nehalkumar Gandhi of 2722 Fulton LLC is listed as the developer, and the lot lies two blocks west of the J and Z train stop at Van Siclen Avenue.

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3 Comments on "Permits Filed for 2718 Fulton Street, Hotel Coming to Cypress Hills, Brooklyn"

  1. Welcome Home (David) | August 21, 2017 at 7:12 am | Reply

    No, don’t said like that we have either. (Shelter or hotel)

  2. Can you direct us to the documents you are looking at? I don’t see them on the DOB website.

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