Capital Projects

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Replacement of Anchorage Channel Water Siphons

This new siphon will ensure a backup water supply to Staten Island and will facilitate the City's ability to benefit from anticipated increases in cargo volumes in the Port of New York and New Jersey.

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Coney Island Amphitheater

The Coney Island Amphitheater will be a seasonal concert venue with approximately 5,000 seats and 2.41 acres of outdoor space.

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Rockaway Boardwalk Reconstruction Project

The next phase of work to restore Rockaway Beach is to complete the design of and build a more resilient boardwalk, dunes, access points, and other protective structures.

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West Thames Street Pedestrian Bridge

A permanent replacement for the Rector Street Pedestrian Bridge, the West Thames Street Pedestrian Bridge will provide a direct pedestrian connection to Battery Park City from the Financial District.

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East Midtown Waterfront

The East Midtown Waterfront Project will fill a major gap in the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway between East 38th and East 61st Streets on the East River.

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College Point Corporate Park

One of New York City’s most successful industrial, commercial and retail centers, it offers the advantages of an urban setting with the amenities of a suburban environment.

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Hunts Point

The South Bronx neighborhood of Hunts Point is home to over 12,000 residents, a thriving Industrial Business Zone (IBZ), and the City-owned Food Distribution Center (FDC).

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Coney Island

For generations, Coney Island has been synonymous with summer, home to the world’s greatest urban amusement park. But it’s so much more than that—with over 30,000 residents and multiple subway connections, Coney Island is a vibrant and hardworking neighborhood at the heart of New York City’s economic and cultural life.

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Hunter's Point South

Hunter's Point South will be a vibrant, sustainable and well-designed affordable housing community and waterfront park in Long Island City.