Lightstone Group’s plans for a mixed-use building at 120 Fulton Street are a bit grander than its current incarnation.
The developer, which has officially filed a Department of Buildings application outlining its plans, aims to build a 48-story, 452-unit project between Nassau and Dutch streets. Nearly 22,000 square feet of commercial space is planned for the first and second floors of the 422,544-square-foot building-to-be, which SLCE Architects is designing.
Back in January, Lightstone paid $14 million for the building there now – a four-story, 15,600-square-foot mixed-use building. William Hocking and Raymond Sauerbrey, executives at brokerage Dalton Reid, previously owned it, as previously reported.
Building amenities include a gym and roof terrace, BuzzBuzzHome reported. [BuzzBuzzHome] — Mark Maurer