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Garage Closes to Make Way for Rental Tower Called 'Exhibit'

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Like so many other garages, lots, and gas stations throughout the city, the ten-story parking garage at 56 Fulton Street has closed to make way for a new luxury residential development, and now the Commercial Observer has the details of that new project. Called Exhibit, the 23-story, 120-unit building is being developed by Steven Brauser and Socius Development Group and will be comprised of rentals — 80 percent market rate, and 20 percent affordable. The base will be "constructed out of wire-cut brick with multi-pained oversized windows" with a glass tower on top. The design comes from the ubiquitous Goldstein Hill & West with Andrés Escobar doing the interiors.

Building amenities will include a gym, yoga room, two wrap-around terraces, lounge, kitchen, and a "laundry room that will look like a library." In addition, the hallways will feature photos of artists and musicians from the '70s and '80s, in order to give the building a "cool and hip vibe."
· Fulton Street Parking Garage to Be Replaced With 'Exhibit' [CO]
· Parking Garage Replacement coverage [Curbed]