The intersection of Fulton Street and Vanderbilt Avenue in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood has been bustling with new construction. Now, two adjacent developments, 810 and 840 Fulton Street, are both nearing the finish line.
The site at 810 Fulton Street is under development by RXR Realty and Broadway Construction Group, and is slated to finish sometime in 2019. The project itself will become a mixed-use structure split between residential and retail space.
The 12-story building is set to offer up a total of 393,000 square feet of space. 360,000 square feet of that will be devoted to 363 new apartments. With an average size of 991 square feet per unit, rentals are likely. Units are set to range from studios up to two-bedrooms; many will also feature private terraces.
The site’s developers plan to have a host of amenities on tap. The building will feature a 24/7 concierge, as well as a live-in manager, in addition to a pet spa, fitness center with yoga studio, business center, and bicycle storage.
Outdoor space will be expansive, featuring a landscaped courtyard and terrace, grilling space, an outdoor movie screen, and rooftop lounge with a catering kitchen.
The building will also feature a total of 33,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, as well as 135 basement-level parking spaces.
Across the way, 840 Fulton Street is also topping-out. The 73-foot-tall building is slated to be a mixed-use project. It will offer up a total of 20,755 square feet of space, divided between seven stories, nearly all of which will be devoted to 39 new residential units. 1,400 square feet of the building’s ground floor will be dedicated to retail use, and Kutnicki Bernstein Architects is responsible for the design.
Both properties offer up seamless access to public transportation; the Clinton-Washington Avenue subway station is only a block east, offering service on the A and C lines, as well as the A, B, D, G, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 lines within a half mile radius.