Here’s a first look at renderings for 620 Fulton St., a Downtown Brooklyn medical building

October 8, 2014 By Lore Croghan Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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The Hotel Trades Council is getting into the Downtown Brooklyn construction bonanza — and we’ve just received renderings from the architecture firm that’s designing the new building.

On Wednesday, the firm, Francis Cauffman, released its first drawings for a medical center to be built on a parking lot at 620 Fulton St.

The 12-story building that the New York Hotel Trades Council and Hotel Association of New York City Inc.’s healthcare and pension arm plans to construct will have office and retail space, a restaurant and public amenities in it as well as a health center, according to a press release from Francis Cauffman.

“Our design creates a strong image for an indispensable New York-based healthcare organization,” said James Crispino, a Francis Cauffman design principal.

Health Center Inc., which provides medical benefits to union members, retirees and families, will occupy five floors of the new building.

It will be teardrop-shaped and have a glass facade.

Take a look for yourself — here are the drawings.


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