Marinas: Grand Plan is floated for Marina

dyckmanThe long-abandoned Dyckman Marina, at Manhattan’s far upper reaches, may make an ambitious comeback next year.

An investors group recently snagged a 15-year license from the city to take over the shuttered waterfront site in Inwood, where boats have been left to rot behind locked gates since the previous owner, a retired police officer, was arrested on drug charges in 2006.

The Manhattan River Group is awaiting final approvals for what it calls Dyckman Landing.

The project will include a full-service restaurant called Costera, a self-service grill named 315, and a 22-slip marina on what is considered by some to be one of the last great real-estate opportunities in upper Manhattan.

More information on the future of the Dyckman Marina is available on the developer’s website, Dyckman Landing.

By KATHIANNE BONIELLO for The New York Post

[nypost.com]

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