Coney Island Commons
Coney Island Commons a multi-use, sustainable designed, three-building project comprised of two residential properties and a 40,000 sq. ft. YMCA. The project, which began in June of 2011, was hindered in November 2012 when Superstorm Sandy hit. The devastation to the area was unheard of, and the flooding and damage to the buildings was immense. However even in the wake of the storm, the project was finished on schedule. The residential facilities opened in April of 2013 and include a total of 195 units, which are part of the NYSERDA Multifamily Performance Program. The apartments incorporate tactics to conserve energy and promote healthy living including green roofs, motion sensor florescent lighting, Energy Star appliances, and high efficient condensing boilers. The YMCA features the second largest YMCA aquatic center in New York City, with a six lane lap pool and family recreational lap pool. It also includes a wellness center, full court gymnasium, areas for youth and community programs and daycare facility.