1301 Surf Ave | Shore| Shore
1301 Surf Avenue is located in the heart of Coney Island, Brooklyn. This 7-story neo Renaissance Revival style building is one of the last remaining NYC Landmark buildings in Coney Island. Built in 1925, this site was previously known as the Coney Island Theatre Building and most recently as the Shore Theater.
PYE Properties and its team of professionals have successfully ascertained the necessary approvals to repurpose the building into a luxury boutique hotel, multicultural spa, a banquet space and a retail component.
Location:1301 Surf Avenue / Brooklyn
Completion:Anticipated Q3 2025
Project Type:Gut rehabilitation/repurpose
Trains:Q, D, F & N
Buses:B36, B64, B7
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