Grocery store mogul/perpetual mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis has filed permits for his fourth and final Fort Greene building, a 32-story mixed-use tower at 86 Fleet Place. The tower, like the others, is being designed by Dattner Architects, with Goldstein Hill & West serving as the architects of record, and will rise to 346 feet tall (just short of the neighboring Toren) with 191 rental units and some lower-floor commercial space. Per Dattner's description of the four-building Myrtle Avenue project, there will be a mix of market rate, mixed-income, and affordable, although it's not clear which building(s) will contain what percentage of affordable units. In total, the four buildings (the other three are (180 Myrtle, the Giovanni, and the Andrea) will contain 765 units and 150,000 square feet of commercial space.
· Permits Filed: 32-Story Tower Coming to 86 Fleet Place, Downtown Brooklyn [NY YIMBY]
· Catsimatidis Continues Myrtle Avenue Makeover With 81 Fleet [Curbed]
· John Catsimatidis coverage [Curbed]
· Dattner Architects coverage [Curbed]