Suffolk Selected as Construction Manager for Mixed-Use Tower within Brooklyn’s Neptune/Sixth

New neighborhood destination will add retail, rental residences and amenities to Coney Island community

courtesy of S9 Architecture

NEW YORK--()--Suffolk, one of the most innovative builders in the country with an expanding presence in New York City, has been selected as the construction manager for a new retail, commercial and residential development at 532 Neptune Avenue in Brooklyn, NY. The building is part of Neptune/Sixth, a new mixed-use neighborhood destination set in the heart of Coney Island being developed by New York-based real estate investment company, Cammeby’s.

In its role as construction manager, Suffolk will oversee construction of a mixed-use building featuring a 42-story residential tower, parking, 50,000 square feet of community facility and over 100,000 square feet of retail space. Neptune/Sixth also encompasses an under-construction commercial and retail building at 626 Sheepshead Bay Road that is adjacent to the planned residential tower and is expected to be completed by the end of 2017. Outdoor landscaping and seating areas create connectivity between the project’s buildings and contribute to the pedestrian experience offered by this new neighborhood destination, designed by New York City-based S9 Architecture.

Known for offering entertainment for New York visitors, Coney Island has been making strong efforts to bring more retail, amenities and services for residents.

“We are thrilled to be named construction manager for 532 Neptune Avenue, which will help define the future of Coney Island,” said Charles Avolio, President and General Manager of Suffolk’s New York region. “Our innovative processes and build smart approach will enable us to deliver a more predictable and efficient project with the highest levels of quality and safety.”

“We’re pleased to partner with Suffolk, and look forward to delivering a high-quality development that will positively contribute to the neighborhood’s vitality through an infusion of new residential, retail and commercial options,” stated Jacob Cohen, executive vice president of development for Cammeby’s.

Suffolk will utilize “build smart” tools such as virtual reality, Lean Construction, Virtual Design and Construction, and Target Value Design throughout the duration of the project.

Construction on the mixed-use building on Neptune Avenue is currently underway with retail occupancy expected to begin in the second half of 2018.

Over the past several months, Cammeby’s has announced several lease agreements with retailers to locate within the overall Neptune/Sixth development, including regional boutique supermarket NetCost, Capital One, CVS Pharmacy, DII Stores, and Apple Bank.


Suffolk’s vision is to “transform the construction experience by building smart.” Because we believe if there’s a better way, we’ll find it. We’re always challenging the industry status quo and pushing the boundaries of what is possible. We believe in the power of innovation and people, and we empower our teams to think differently, work collaboratively and executive flawlessly on the most complex and sophisticated projects in the country. Our strong culture of innovation, combined with the most advanced tools such as virtual design and construction (VDC), virtual reality technologies and lean construction principles, is revolutionizing our industry and redefining what it means to be a builder.

Suffolk is a national building contractor with $2.9 billion in annual revenue and offices in Boston, New York City, Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego. We service clients in every major industry sector, including healthcare, science and technology, education, federal government, gaming, aviation and commercial. Suffolk is privately held and is led by Founder, Chairman and CEO John Fish. Suffolk is ranked #26 on the Engineering News-Record list of “Top 400 Contractors” in the country.

Suffolk is a community-conscious organization dedicated to environmentally friendly and sustainable business practices, and is committed to making a positive impact in its local communities through grassroots volunteer work, employee fundraising and corporate giving. For more information, visit and/or follow Suffolk on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, YouTube, Instagram and our Build Smart Blog.


Christina Dillon, +1 212-453-2195


Christina Dillon, +1 212-453-2195