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It’ll be triplets for Gold Street.

Despite earlier reports that an apartment project on the site of the McDonald’s at Tillary and Gold streets would consist of just one building, the developer told The Brooklyn Paper this week that he’s actually going to give birth to three.

Each tower will be between 12 and 14 stories, said developer Kevin Lalezarian, complaining that several real-estate Web sites ran an outdated rendering of the 512-unit project.

The site is at the edge of an ever-expanding residential community that starts at Tillary Street and goes all the way down to Fulton Street. Projects like the Lalezarian triplets are competing for Manhattan refugees, drawn to the borough by lower prices, bigger living spaces and luxury amenities.

Lalezarian said each of his buildings would have a rooftop deck, underground parking and 13,300 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

And lots of luxury touches.

Updated 4:34 pm, July 9, 2018
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