Renderings Revealed for ‘Surf House’ at 183 Beach 101st Street in Far Rockaway, Queens

Rendering of 183 Beach 101 - Michael Muroff ArchitectRendering of 183 Beach 101 - Michael Muroff Architect

New renderings from Michael Muroff Architect reveal Surf House, a proposed four-story residential building at at 183 Beach 101st Street in Rockaway Beach, Queens.

The design group was inspired by the bohemian vibe of Venice Beach and describe the forthcoming residences as vertical bungalows with a modern twist. In practice, each of the seven residences feature large ceiling spans with floor-to-ceiling windows. Select units have private balconies offering views of the surrounding neighborhood. The development will also include five parking spaces, rooftop seating and lounge areas, an outdoor shower, and surfboard storage.

The façade features a mix of concrete, blue and white metal paneling, and composite wood materials.

Tahoe Development is the entity responsible for the proposed multi-family building, which will eventually replace an existing three-story single-family home. At this time, the development team has not revealed an anticipated date of completion for the project.

Existing conditions at 183 Beach 101 - Google Maps

Existing conditions at 183 Beach 101 – Google Maps

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11 Comments on "Renderings Revealed for ‘Surf House’ at 183 Beach 101st Street in Far Rockaway, Queens"

  1. David : Sent From Heaven. | September 6, 2020 at 7:07 am | Reply

    These details were not dilapidated, that direct to its design by human behavior: Hello New York YIMBY.

  2. Nice to see good design in the outer boroughs.

  3. The best part of this project is how it fits so well into the neighborhood. When completed, it will look just like it has always has been there! 🤣

  4. Correction: Beach 101st Street is not Far Rockaway, Queens. It is Rockaway Beach, Queens.

  5. Are they aware of the history of The Rockaways… Weather wise?
    Are they aw that the homes & businesses built on the Rockaways are essentially built upon a “sandbar.”

  6. This kind of monstrosity is what Bloomberg’s and DeBlasio’s zoning changes have brougnt.

    And the lot is near the opposite end of the Rockaway subway from Far. Rockaway. It is in Rockaway Beach

  7. no better way to spruce up the block than to make a giant residence that looks nothing like the other residences on the block. nice! the same thing has occurred in Long Beach … go bring this house there you’ll get double the price.

  8. When you replace a one family residence with seven and inadequate parking it doesn’t look like it’s always been there

  9. WOW!!! Rockaway Rockin’…first the beautiful/awesome new Tubridy hotel on B-108 and now an interesting —- finally!!! — architecturally designed home/condo development. hope there’s parking on B-101…PJS

  10. Very nice apartment building in a beautiful locations what will the requirements be to considering a tenant bein excepted to qualify for the apartment in how many bedrooms will this building hold

  11. This town is Rockaway Park,
    not Far Rockaway.

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