A Karl Fischer-designed building with rental apartments and a grocery store is headed to the corner of Fulton Street and Franklin Avenue in Bed-Stuy, where it will replace a shuttered Key Foods. The building will be 11 stories tall and contain 189 units, Brownstoner reports, with an unspecified percentage of those units designated affordable. The project is being developed by Joseph Brunner. It was purchased last May by an LLC for $19 million. Fischer, one of the city's most prolific, if not beloved architects, is currently designing other large buildings in the neighborhood as well, including ones at 946 Myrtle Avenue and 1060 Bedford Avenue.
· Big Karl Fischer-Designed Build on Fulton Will Be Even Bigger, With Grocery, Affordable Units [Brownstoner, via YIMBY]
· Karl Fischer coverage [Curbed]