NEW YORK CITY — Northside Development has selected Fifield Piaker Elman (FPE) Architects to design the residential redevelopment of three adjacent commercial buildings located at 11-15 Old Fulton St. in the Fulton Ferry Historic District of Brooklyn, New York City. FPE Architect’s design will combine the structures as a single building, as well as include the addition of a fifth floor to the four-story buildings. The project will contain ground-floor retail space, 15 one- and two-bedroom apartments on the second through fourth floors and a penthouse on the fifth floor. The penthouse will connect to the apartments on the fourth floor to create three duplex units, each with its own terrace. The middle building will contain the project’s residential elevator lobby and entrance. Exterior construction will include the restoration of the building’s brick and masonry façade and the moving in of the rear façade. Construction will begin in early 2009 with completion expected in early 2010. The historic buildings were first constructed from 1836 to 1839.

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