F&T Group files plans for another Two Fulton Square building

Flushing development to include resi, retail, offices and a hotel

Renderings of Two Fulton Square in Flushing (credit: Margulies Hoelzli Architecture)
Renderings of Two Fulton Square in Flushing (credit: Margulies Hoelzli Architecture)

A new 13-story, 170-unit building will rise at F&T Group’s Two Fulton Square development project, according to a permit application filed Thursday with the city’s Department of Buildings.

The building will span approximately 150,000 square feet, with 10,500 of that set aside for retail on the basement level. The first floor will have a residential lounge, fitness center and game room.

The large-scale development — located just across Flushing Creek from Willets Point, at the site of the shuttered Flushing Mall — is slated to include condos, office, retail and a hotel.

In March, F&T filed permits for another 13-story residential building at the site that will include 190 apartments across 190,000 square feet.

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Margulies Hoelzli Architecture is the architect of record, the filings show.

Representatives from F&T Group did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Last year, the developer told New York YIMBY that the available renderings are a study of the site’s potential and do not necessarily reflect the updated plans.

F&T is headed by Michael Lee and is one of the developers working on the massive Flushing Commons project. It also developed One Fulton Square.