After opening its first location in Prospect Lefferts Garden, Lincoln Market plans to open a second outpost in Bed-Stuy
Rendering courtesy Costar Group

Lincoln Market, a Brooklyn-based high-end grocer, has signed a 20-year lease on the ground floor of 1134 Fulton Street in the Bedford Stuyvesant, reports the Commercial Observer.

The supermarket will take up 12,656 square feet inside a new 35,000-square-foot mixed-use building located at the corner of Fulton Street and Franklin Avenue. According to a statement, the grocer will feature a robust produce section, salad bar, fresh fish, butcher, cheese counter, frozen goods, beer, vats of coffee beans, home supplies and basic grocery store items.

The new Bed-Stuy grocer will be Lincoln Market’s second location to open its doors; a first massive outpost at 33 Lincoln Road in Prospect Lefferts Garden launched in May 2018 with a similar set-up, and more stores are planned in the near future.

This is a phenomenal addition to the dense and emerging Bed-Stuy neighborhood, said Scott Sher, who represents the property owner Bruman Realty.

Lincoln Market will be joining gym-chain Blink Fitness, which signed a lease for a 15,100 square-foot space in April, the Commercial Observer reported. The new complex will also become home to 200 apartments.

The grocer will take possession of its new space later this summer, and the building is expected to open at the beginning of 2020. As of now, about 4,022 square feet of ground-floor retail space is still available.

Curious Brooklynites, who would like to get a first glimpse at what Lincoln Market has to offer, have to head to Prospect Lefferts Garden as the company does not have a website.

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  1. A high end supermarket means only for the new people who have infiltrated our neighborhood and now claim it to be theirs. High end means that the struggling families of with children wont be able to afford to shop in the new high end grocer even though they may live across the street from it. Why? A Key Foods or Shop Right wouldve been nice and wouldve accommodated everyone but no. Underground on the low segregation remains to be in affect.

  2. black pearl you hit it right on the nail, and iam pretty sure those apartments will go to the upper high incomes, 130 AMI and UP, when they should have 20,000 a year to 55,000 a year for singles and families.

  3. that is great. I am a long time bed sty resident the quality of food and the variety of foods at the local markets are on the low end I cant eat the meats in the neighborhood supermarkets ( I can smell the chemicals in the meat) . I shop in Park Slope or Fort Greene and my produce is much fresher and lasts longer and there is even an old school Italian butcher where I get meats when necessary. I don’t mind spending an extra dollar for healthier food. I hope they deliver. Personally, Im sick of low budget food choices in the nabe.

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