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New Retail Building Coming To Caesar’s Bay Shopping Center

Courtesy of Surrey Equities
Courtesy of Surrey Equities

Bensonhurst’s waterfront mini mall is about to expand.

Real estate investment company Surrey Equities has filed plans to build a two-story, 11,500-square-foot building commercial building at Caesar’s Bay Shopping Center, reports YIMBY.

The massive lot, which borders Gravesend Bay and Shore Parkway, already boasts a Kohl’s, Five Guys, Starbucks, Toys R’ Us, and a Best Buy. The new structure is expected to house a mix of “food and service-oriented tenants,” Leon Silvera, Surrey co-founder, told YIMBY. As of yet, the building has not been leased out.

The Caesar’s Bay addition is not the only new commercial space coming to town. A few blocks over, on 86th Street and Bay 19th Street, car wash is currently being transformed into a 8,200-square foot store front, that could hold up to five commercial tenants when it is complete this spring.

Does Bensonhurst really need more retail chains? What stores or fast food establishments are missing from our shopping strips? Share your thoughts in the comments!