Browsing: oceana

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The final building in the Oceana condominium complex is nearly complete, and now owner Muss Development has announced plans to fill the first two floors with commercial tenants – the first businesses to appear within any of the complex’s 16 buildings. The latest building, 50 Oceana Drive East, has been topped off, and Muss tells…

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Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz responded to anonymous allegations published today in a local newspaper, which claim he is in cahoots with Oceana condominium developers to privatize a portion of Brighton Beach, by saying it “pisses me off” and is “totally inaccurate.” The response is to a Will Bredderman political column in Brooklyn Daily, which cites an anonymous…

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The New York City Parks Department will present revised plans this Thursday for the controversial bathroom and comfort station slated for the Brighton Beach boardwalk in response to outcry from Oceana condominium residents and local leaders. The public hearing on the new draft environmental impact statement will take place at the Shorefront Y (3300 Coney…

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A group of long-time Brighton Beach advocates seized the opportunity of Monday night’s hearing about the Oceana comfort stations, telling the Parks Department that they ought to give equal consideration to all of the elevated bathrooms already installed – and not just those near the condominium complex. The packed hearing, which drew approximately 130 residents…

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The owner of a penthouse unit in Brighton Beach’s Oceana condominium complex needed to market his ultra-expensive, super-luxurious fireplace-equipped “penthouse.” So he did what any high-baller would do – eschewed enlisting an agent, and placed a photo-less, typo-filled listing on the most elite real estate site he could find: Craigslist. Here’s the description from the…

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The Brighton Beach bathroom pods are currently parked at the end of the boardwalk but they won’t remain there forever, much to the consternation of residents of the Oceana luxury condominiums (50 Oceana Drive West). The New York Daily News is reporting that the Parks Department is dead-set on placing the bathrooms eventually, in spite…

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