March 1, 2018

Construction Update: The Boulevard shopping center on track to open in 2019

Construction of the $180 million Boulevard shopping center that will replace the former Hylan Plaza is on track to be complete in fall 2019, according to its developer, the Long Island-based Kimco Realty.

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October 17, 2017

Wrecking ball coming to erase most of Hylan Plaza

The first signs of demolition of a portion of Hylan Plaza began on Friday, marking the start of the construction of a new $180 million Boulevard shopping center, to be anchored by ShopRite and Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas.

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October 3, 2017

Hylan Plaza demolition to start soon; new $180M shopping center to be built

Demolition of a portion of Hylan Plaza will begin this fall when construction commences on a new $180 million Boulevard shopping center to be anchored by ShopRite and Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas.

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September 27, 2017

Second Ulta Beauty store set to open on Staten Island

Ulta Beauty is opening its second Staten Island store in the $180 million Boulevard shopping center, which is scheduled to start construction this fall in New Dorp.

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May 9, 2017

Watch: How Alamo Drafthouse, ShopRite will be part of The Boulevard

With many Hylan Plaza stores already closed or liquidating stock, work on the new $180 million Boulevard shopping center will begin in the fall.

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May 4, 2017

Here's how developers plan for Hylan Plaza to become the 'Hub of Staten Island'

In September, construction will begin on a 460,000 square-foot shopping plaza along Hylan Boulevard that is expected to revitalize the community. Developers took NY1's Jared Smith on a tour Thursday.

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May 3, 2017

ShopRite, Alamo Drafthouse to anchor $150M Staten Island mall

Kimco Realty landed grocery chain ShopRite and Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas as anchor tenants for its planned $180 million Boulevard shopping center in Staten Island.

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MAY 2, 2017

Alamo Drafthouse will open a second NYC location on Staten Island

The Alamo Drafthouse’s newest New York City location will be on Staten Island. Along with supermarket chain, ShopRite, the dine-in cinema will open in a new mall in Staten Island’s New Dorp neighborhood, Staten Island Live reports.

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May 2, 2017

Alamo Drafthouse opening second NYC location on Staten Island

The food-and-drink centric movie theater is planning to open its second NYC location in 2019, according to the developer of a new shopping plaza in the borough.

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April 27, 2017

ShopRite, dine-in movie theater and more coming to The Boulevard

ShopRite and Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas will be two of the anchors in the new $150 million Boulevard shopping center, according to its developers.

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January 13, 2017

Sleek new look for Hylan Plaza as it becomes the Boulevard

The new $150 million Boulevard shopping center that will replace New Dorp's dilapidated Hylan Plaza will have have a sleek new look that is pictured in new renderings released by the project's developer.

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AUGUST 31, 2016

Public review of The Boulevard coming in September.

After filing plans with the City Planning Department last year, the Long Island-based Kimco Realty Corp. has begun the mandated Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) for the shopping center that will house several restaurants, a supermarket, entertainment venues and big box stores.

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APRIL 11, 2016

What stores would you like to see in the new Boulevard?

Developers of The Boulevard -- a multi-level $150 million retail complex being built where Hylan Plaza stands in New Dorp -- have begun the process of obtaining permits to build the East Shore's first shopping center.

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FEBRUARY 23, 2016

Kimco's current development pipeline

Kimco recently unveiled its 2020 Vision providing a roadmap for growth over the next five years. A core component of this will be the company’s ground-up development program, as well as the redevelopment of our existing assets.

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MARCH 3, 2015

Staten Island shoppers guide: Plenty of large-scale locations available to residents

Hylan Plaza at Hylan Boulevard and Ebbits Street will soon be transformed into The Boulevard -- a multi-level shopping center with 60 retailers each ranging in size from 1,000 to 80,000 square feet. The shopping center will house several restaurants, a supermarket, entertainment venues and big box stores, according to Kimco Realty Corp, the project's developer.

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DECEMBER 2, 2014

Spotlight: Kimco's Northeast Region

Stretching from central New Jersey through New England to the state of Maine, the Northeast region has long occupied a special place in Kimco’s portfolio. This is a coveted and challenging market for commercial real estate; the region is extremely competitive, highly desired by retailers, and populated by a shrewd and sophisticated tenant base. In our experience it has been fertile ground, with successes in the recent past signifying promise for continued growth.

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NOVEMBER 28, 2014

Multi-Level Retail Hub to Take Over Staten Island's Hylan Plaza

A development plan aims to turn the Hylan Plaza shopping center in New Dorp Beach into a "downtown hub" with shops and outdoor dining.

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AUGUST 15, 2012

11 Questions and Answers on the Long Island Retail Market

The Long Island retail market has grown significantly over the past few years, and is one of Kimco’s strongest markets. I talked in depth about this recently as a panelist for ICSC’s “Long Island Retail from All Sides” program. The event provided a snapshot into Long Island’s current and future retail market from the perspectives of several industry professionals.

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FEBRUARY 6, 2012

Staten Island an Underrated Retail Investment

New Yorkers are known for their partiality to their borough. So I might ruffle some feathers with what I’m about to say. But I think you’ll understand my reasoning by the end of my post. Staten Island is the jewel of New York, and a great area to own retail real estate from Kimco’s perspective. Here’s why:

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