Developer Planning Two-Story Amusement Arcade Building at 825 Surf Avenue, Coney Island

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Coney Island-based PYE Properties has filed applications for a two-story, 14,517-square-foot commercial building at 825 Surf Avenue, located on the corner of West 8th Street on Coney Island. According to the Schedule A, the 27-foot-tall building will house an amusement arcade, which will help to revitalize the disinvested and still Hurricane Sandy-damaged amusement park. Frank Martarella III’s Staten Island-based thinkDESIGN Architecture is the architect of record. The 15,369-square-foot lot has 213 feet of street frontage and is positioned right below the West 8th Street-New York Aquarium stop on the F/Q trains. PYE Properties acquired the vacant lot in 2015, according to Amusing The Zillion.

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2 Comments on "Developer Planning Two-Story Amusement Arcade Building at 825 Surf Avenue, Coney Island"

  1. Make the area better from past, land and building must be neat side.

  2. Add back the mini golf, and make it indoors. Go-karts also.

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