Monday, January 22, 2018

Coney Island is Getting a Development with 1,000 Apartments

As New York City continues to plan more and more building projects for its
waterfront neighborhoods, it’s no surprise that Coney Island is now getting a new
development at 1709 Surf Avenue.

PC: Prusik Group

The Developers
Prusik Group has partnered with Taconic Investment Partners to create to create this
development. The two groups are also working together the Essex Crossing
megaproject on the Lower East Side.

The Building
This project will encompassed three blocks in total and will create 1,000 new
apartments, 80,000 square of office space, and 150,000 of retail space. Even
though the large scale of the project will make the area more dense, it’s proximity to the D, F, N, and Q trains at Stillwell Avenue Station give residents easy access to Manhattan and Brooklyn.

The Design
The design will be more traditional than some current building spaces popping up
around the city, with the current plans featuring a red-brick facade and boxy silhouettes. This ends up giving the project a “breath of fresh air” feel among the many glass-facade buildings
around it.

The project is intended to be completed some time in 2020. For more NYC building
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