4519 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, Queens, NY 11691
Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP
Beach Green Dunes Phase II (the Project) will be a mixed-use project located in the Edgemere neighborhood of Queens. The 8-story building will measure approximately 121,000 GSF and will include approximately 50 accessory residential surface parking spaces (both covered and uncovered) on the ground floor along with an approximately 2,495 SF dry flood proofed commercial space. The project will comprise 127 rental apartments located on the second through the eighth floors affordable to households whose income does not exceed 100% of Area Median Income (AMI).
The project will be L+M’s first building designed and built to Passive House standards. In addition the site’s subterranean conditions provide the opportunity to use geothermal technologies to heat and cool the building. The building will also include photovoltaic panels on the roof and on a steel trellis covering the surface parking area.
The Essex is named as a finalist in the 2019 Readers' Choice Awards.
Beach Green Dunes II, a 100 Percent Affordable Housing Development in Far Rockaway, features geo-thermal energy generation, passive house standards and resilient design.Read More
Sendero Verde and Beach Green Dunes II are highlighted as affordable housing projects that are leading the way in sustainable design.Read More
L+M’s The Essex is a finalists for the Mixed-Use category.Read More
The eight-story building, which meets passive house certification, is the second phase of Beach Green Dunes.Read More
Beach Green Dunes II in Far Rockaway is L+M’s first building designed and built to Passive House standards.Read More
L+M and partners have joined with Campaign Against Hunger to open a café in Beach Green Dunes II’s 3,000-square-foot ground-floor retail space.Read More
The 100% affordable, 127-unit development includes numerous resiliency features, including a closed loop geothermal system, solar panels and bioswale gardens.Read More
L+M's Beach Green Dunes II is a 127-unit project that will begin construction this year.Read More