A New Look For Fuqua's Brooklyn Retail Project?

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Fuqua Development is proposing a 53,700 square foot, grocery anchored retail development on Riverside Avenue between Jackson Street and Stonewall Street. Controversial due to its suburban layout, the project may receive its final approval at today's Downtown Development Review Board (DDRB) meeting. Here is a look at the project's latest site plan and architectural renderings.



The proposed development consists of two parcels described as follows: Parcel 1- bound on the
north by Magnolia Street, on the west by Jackson Street, on the south by Riverside Avenue and
on the east by Stonewall Street. Parcel 2 – bound on the north by Magnolia Street, on the west
by Stonewall Street, the south by Riverside Avenue, east by vacant property and a circular access to Leila Street. Parcel 1 includes: 3 proposed buildings totaling 38,700 square feet and Parcel 2 includes: 1 proposed building of 15,000 square feet, totaling 53,700 square feet of single story development. Parcel 2 shows a drive-thru facility in association with a proposed pharmacy operation.




















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