Welcome to 620 Fulton St., a medical center planned for Downtown Brooklyn. Renderings courtesy of Francis Cauffman.

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The Hotel Trades Council is getting into the Downtown Brooklyn construction bonanza — and we’ve just received renderings from the architecture firm that’s designing the new building.

On Wednesday, the firm, Francis Cauffman, released its first drawings for a medical center to be built on a parking lot at 620 Fulton St.


Another look at the teardrop-shaped design.

The 12-story building that the New York Hotel Trades Council and Hotel Association of New York City Inc.’s healthcare and pension arm plans to construct will have office and retail space, a restaurant and public amenities in it as well as a health center, according to a press release from Francis Cauffman.

“Our design creates a strong image for an indispensable New York-based healthcare organization,” said James Crispino, a Francis Cauffman design principal.

Health Center Inc., which provides medical benefits to union members, retirees and families, will occupy five floors of the new building.


Very interesting art on the side of the medical building planned for Downtown Brooklyn.

It will be teardrop-shaped and have a glass facade.

Take a look for yourself — here are the drawings.


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