NEW CONEY ISLAND LANDMARK

On December 14th, 2010 the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission approved Landmark status for the Shore Theater (circa 1924) aka The Coney Island Theater at Stillwell Ave and Surf Ave. Despite it's age it remains the tallest building in the area at 7 stories.
  • December 15 2010 - Coney Island
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Nice!
  • December 15 2010
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I sold a building on the corner of Stillwell Ave and Mermaid Ave 1 block away from the theater about 2 years ago when they were talking about bringing Disney into the area. Can you imagine a roller coaster as tall as this building? I have not heard any recent news about Disney in Coney Island but it's great to know that NYC Landmark and Preservation Commission is giving landmark status to this building in an area thats rich in history and full of childhood memories for all New Yorkers!
  • January 26 2011
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