Broadway Construction and RXR top out $200 million, 12-story residential/retail property February 20, 2018

February 20, 2018 – Design / Build

Brooklyn, NY Broadway Construction Group and RXR Realty has celebrated the topping out of 810 Fulton St., RXR’s 12-story, 393,000 s/f  residential and retail property in the Fort Greene section. The ceremony was held at the construction site and featured speeches from executives of Broadway Construction and RXR, followed by a celebratory luncheon at the adjacent 470 Vanderbilt Ave.

BCG VP Everard Martin speaking at the ceremony.

When completed in 2019, the $200 million project will be one of the most dynamic mixed-use properties in Northern Brooklyn, with 363 apartments, 163 parking spaces and a full amenity suite to accompany the building’s 33,000 s/f of ground-floor retail. The project architect was Aufgang Architects.

“As we work alongside RXR to bring the vision of 810 Fulton to a reality, we’re very pleased that we were able to complete construction on schedule despite the adverse weather conditions this winter,” said Broadway Construction VP Everard Martin. “It is particularly gratifying to reach this milestone on a project like 810 Fulton, which will bring much-needed housing to Fort Greene and contribute to the area’s revitalization. We’re actively looking to expand our activity on trend-setting commercial and residential properties like this, which can have such an outsized impact on the growth of a local community.”

The 810 Fulton St. property is situated near a diverse array of nightlife, shopping, and dining establishments. The area has been enhanced significantly in recent years, with a range of new developments, including the Barclays Center and the adjoining Pacific Park mixed-use project.

Martin said, “By communicating and strategizing with RXR at every step of the process, we’ve kept the entire project on time and on budget. With the collaborative approach we’ve implemented during construction, the property remains on track to open as scheduled.”

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