Coney Island Boardwalk/W. 10th St. “Street-End” Plaza

NV5 designed an urban plaza where the street meets the historic Coney Island boardwalk in Brooklyn, New York. This is the primary access point for pedestrians on the way to the boardwalk and beach for which Coney Island is famous.

The plaza steps people up eight feet to the raised boardwalk through a series of curved steps and landings flanked by raised planters offering a variety of seating opportunities.

Sustainable features include porous pavers, native plantings, and recycled materials.


Brooklyn, NY


New York City Economic Development Corporation / DPR Construction


Landscape Architecture