Wilensky Hardware at 2126 Mermaid Avenue, in Coney Island, prides itself on being the oldest family-owned business in the neighborhood, dating back to 1920. A hundred years later, both the building and possibly the business, are up for sale. Steve Feinstein, owner of Wilensky Hardware. Photo by Kouichi Shiranayagi/BklynerThe
Rendering of Ocean Drive [https://oceandrivenyc.com/].Ocean Drive, [https://oceandrivenyc.com/] (formerly Ocean Dreams) the latest ‘Miami-inspired’ double tower apartment complex in Coney Island at 3514 Surf Avenue, will have a D’Agostino supermarket on the ground floor. Plans are in place for the store to open by the
Photo by Dimon Blr on UnsplashCONEY ISLAND — Civilian Complaint Review Board’s (CCRB) held its only Brooklyn meeting planned for this year on Wednesday night at the Surfside Gardens Community Center [/today-ccrb-to-hold-community-board-meeting-in-coney-island-psa/]in Coney Island. Neighbors, and local community organizations, showed up, but most of all — local cab drivers came
MCU Coney Island. Via Google Maps.CONEY ISLAND — The Municipal Credit Union has announced [https://www.nymcu.org/] that it will be closing six branches on January 31, 2020 including the Coney Island branch on 1904 Surf Avenue at MCU Park, one of the neighborhood’s last full-service banking institutions.
Brightwater Towers in Coney Island. Kouichi Shirayanagi/Bklyner.CONEY ISLAND — Residents of Coney Island’s Brightwater Towers, located near the West 8th Street subway station, are so upset about noise from the elevated F train that 500 residents of the two buildings signed a petition to MTA President Andy Byford
Entrance to a building, where Lincoln High School students gathered. Courtesy of a resident.BRIGHTON BEACH – For residents and storekeepers on one Neptune Avenue block between Ocean Parkway and Brighton 3rd Street, being close to Lincoln High School has been an unrelenting disaster. Massive groups of students, often high on
Rendering of Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development.Seven members of the land use committee of Coney Island and Brighton Beach [/free-resource-book-tell-you-everything-you-need-to-know-about-brighton-beach-sheepshead-bay/] -based Community Board 13 voted unanimously Tuesday night to recommend approval of a rezoning proposal that would allow developer Rybak Development to create 6,000 square feet