"Fulton Street Vision Plan" Available Online

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Three architecture firms have been working with input provided directly by the community, including during the public workshop held in June 2012 where over 100 people explored the design and usage of public spaces; relationships between pedestrians, cars, and bikes; opportunities for vacant lots and underutilized spaces; environmental initiatives; accessibility for an aging population; retail mix; sense of place; and other community needs and concerns.

The ideas and concepts in this draft FULTON STREET VISION PLAN were presented outdoors at multiple locations as part of the 3-day exhibit held in November/December 2012. It has been reformatted for online viewing and is available to download now.

draft FULTON STREET VISION PLAN  CLICK to Download the 26-page draft Plan

Community input, comments and suggestions to the ideas and concepts presented in this draft FULTON STREET VISION PLAN important elements of this on-going process. Please review the draft Plan and add your thoughts by taking the survey.

  CLICK to Take the Survey

The final FULTON STREET VISION PLAN will be a living, breathing document that will help guide the FAB Alliance and its partners as they establish priorities and advocate for enhancements to the Fulton area. The idea is to think of the concepts shown here in the context of an overall vision for Fulton Street that comes from inherent qualities of the physical spaces and reflects the character of the neighborhood. The ideas presented here are intended to inspire conversations about what is possible along Fulton Street.

The Fulton Area Business (FAB) Alliance would like to thank desigNYC and Executive Director, Laetitia Wolff, for connecting FAB with the talented architects that make up the “Fulton Street Vision Plan” design team. Their generous contribution of time and talent has been extraordinary:

AB Architekten
Matthias Altwicker
Matthew Torres, Nisha Mary Prasad, Jamie Abrego, Anthony Gerakos

Colin Brice, AIA

WXY Architecture + Urban Design
Adam Lubinsky, PhD, AICP
Managing Principal 

Modular Furniture Fabrication Mock-Up:
A101 Construction + Design Inc.
Irek Maslanka,

   draft Plan on display for
   Community Review and Input

   Fowler Square Plaza
   Fulton Street / Lafayette Avenue
   Brooklyn, NY
   December 1, 2012


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