Fulton Street and Lafayette Avenue, Fort Greene, Brooklyn
UPDATE: MAY 11, 2018. Fowler Square RE-OPENS for the public.
UPDATE: MAY 2, 2018. Fowler Square may look ready to open to the public, but there is still work to be completed. The area is an "active construction site" with multiple NYC agencies and engineers still to inspect the work, create a "Punch List" and sign off on the project (READ MORE)
The reconstruction of Fowler Square is underway. The project in the public area where Fulton Street and Lafayette Avenue meet in Brooklyn's neighborhood of Fort Greene will yield a beautiful new plaza with:
- Additional Trees
- Enhanced Lighting
- Plentiful Year-Round Seating
- Pedestrian-Safety Improvements
- Bike Parking
- Tables and Chairs
- and a More Prominent Location for the Statue Honoring General Fowler
For more renderings, plus background information on the creation of the public space, Community Board Presentations and details about the public review process and community workshops, click HERE
Read the Community Advisory Notice (APR 2017) from the New York City Department of Design & Construction, which projects project completion, September 2017. UPDATE: PROJECTED COMPLETION DATE TO BE CHANGED TO APRIL 2018 (NYC DDC).
This construction project is managed by the NYC Department of Design & Construction (DDC). If you have questions about any aspect of the construction, contact the NYC/DDC Community Construction Liaison assigned to this project: firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding for this project is made possible by the NYC Department of Transportation (DOT).