2005-06-17 / Community

One Year After Opening, An Arverne By The Sea Update


Precisely one year after opening its first units to new owners, officials at Arverne By The Sea, the new community that will eventually encompass more than 2,000 housing units, a community center, stores and a school, presented a update to elected officials and community activists. The update was held at ABTS’s palatial sales office on Beach 73 Street nearby Shore Front Parkway. Pictured, City Councilman James Sanders, Community Board 14 District Manager Jonathan Gaska and Gerald Romski, the manager of the new project.Precisely one year after opening its first units to new owners, officials at Arverne By The Sea, the new community that will eventually encompass more than 2,000 housing units, a community center, stores and a school, presented a update to elected officials and community activists. The update was held at ABTS’s palatial sales office on Beach 73 Street nearby Shore Front Parkway. Pictured, City Councilman James Sanders, Community Board 14 District Manager Jonathan Gaska and Gerald Romski, the manager of the new project.At top: The now-vacant land that will make up the majority of the project, stretches from Beach 73 Street, all the way to Beach 35 Street. The eastern section of the land will be used for a park and recreational facilities. At left: Les Lerner, a partner at Benjamin-Beechwood, the development consortium that is building the entire project, talks about the future. By next year, he said, the community center on Beach 73 Street would be started and the first condominiums, nearby PS 183, will be completed and ready for occupancy. At bottom: The  group from Arverne By The Sea is joined by elected officials and local residents.At top: The now-vacant land that will make up the majority of the project, stretches from Beach 73 Street, all the way to Beach 35 Street. The eastern section of the land will be used for a park and recreational facilities. At left: Les Lerner, a partner at Benjamin-Beechwood, the development consortium that is building the entire project, talks about the future. By next year, he said, the community center on Beach 73 Street would be started and the first condominiums, nearby PS 183, will be completed and ready for occupancy. At bottom: The group from Arverne By The Sea is joined by elected officials and local residents.Beach Club owner Steve Good, who catered the party, with Liz Sulik, the Director of External Affairs for the Peninsula Hospital Center.Beach Club owner Steve Good, who catered the party, with Liz Sulik, the Director of External Affairs for the Peninsula Hospital Center.State Senator Malcolm Smith listening to Lerner speak of the future.State Senator Malcolm Smith listening to Lerner speak of the future.

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