Hats off to the reader who sent us the renderings that he writes are Karl Fischer Architect's designs for the Greenpoint Terminal Market property that went up in that huge inferno on May 2. In the weeks since, landlord Josh Guttman has suffered from an avalanche of stories about fire problems at his properties and the cause of the Greenpoint conflagration remains under investigation. You'll notice the drawings seem to include a building that did not go up in the blaze. There are few other traces among the renderings of these very tall buildings, however, of any of the original Terminal Market buildings, which various people had been looking to landmark. (About half the complex did survive the flames.) Hopefully, the drawings don't portend more flames. The last time Curbed got Terminal Market renderings was a few days before the huge fire. Two more pix of the site's new look after the jump.
The renderings don't appear on the Karl Fischer website, which, if you haven't checked it out, is quite the guide to the future look of big hunks of Williamsburg and Greenpoint.
· When the Smoke Clears, Greenpoint Towers Set to Rise [Curbed]
· Greenpoint Smoldering [Curbed]
· Greenpoint Waterfront Fire [Gotham Gazette]