2017-05-19 / Community

Nine-Story Condo Building Planned For Beach 116

By Anna Spivak


A rendered view from one of the units. A rendered view from one of the units. A large-scale condo building slated for Beach 116th Street is moving full speed ahead.

The planned, 90-condo building, first announced last November, according to real estate website Curbed, will be the commercial corridor’s first, large-sale residential development since Hurricane Sandy.

According to the development’s website, One Sixteen – as the condo is called – was “designed to distill simplicity while reflecting the character of the neighborhood.”

The building, located at 147 Beach 116th St., will offer “elegant common spaces, including an attended lobby, a landscaped roof deck with bay and ocean views, parking, a fitness center, and additional private storage.”

The residences also boast “meticulous detail and versatile finishes” and are described as “modern living with a touch of Rockaway charm,” on One Sixteen’s site.


What the inside of a condo at One Sixteen will look like. What the inside of a condo at One Sixteen will look like. The building is a far cry from Rockaway’s most recent residential affordable housing development at 93-06 Shore Front Parkway, unveiled last August. Residents made several calls to The Wave after the building was erected, claiming that it “resembled a prison,” that it was “ugly” and out of character for a beachfront community.

Developer of One Sixteen, the Marcal Group, is committed to “development and growth in the Rockaways,” One Sixteen’s website reads, “with new condominium and retail-space offerings to suit the community's needs.”

According to Curbed, construction on the building has already begun and the units will range from one to three bedrooms with asking prices projected to start at around $300,000.



A rendering of One Sixteen, planned for 147 Beach 116th St. A rendering of One Sixteen, planned for 147 Beach 116th St.

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