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Health Care Center And Office Space at 620 Fulton Street Gets its Curved Facade

Rebecca Baird-Remba , August 25, 2016 Download PDF

Two years ago, YIMBY brought you the first lookat the 12-story office and medical center for New York City Hotel and Motel Trades Council’s Employee Benefit Funds at 620 Fulton Street in Downtown Brooklyn. Now, workers are installing a curved, undulating facade on the building, and Tectonic has photos of the progress.The 133,000-square-foot structure topped out last month, and wavy glass now clads the first six stories. It reaches 177 feet into the air and wraps around a full block between Ashland Place and St. Felix Street, on the border between Downtown Brooklyn and Fort Greene. The building, designed by Francis Cauffman, will be the fourth health center for the hotel workers’ union, replacing their existing Brooklyn one on Schermerhorn Street and supplementing others in Midtown, Harlem, and Long Island City.

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