Teenagers’ graffiti comes to over-55 SI condo

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Apr.April 04, 2011 02:48 PM
NycArtsCypher painting the construction fence at Clove Lakes Park

The construction site for the Club at Clove Lakes Park, a boutique condominium in Staten Island marketed for active adults over 55, received a youth infusion this weekend. Developers Leewood Real Estate Group teamed with NycArtsCypher, a non-profit organization that encourages urban teenagers to embrace the arts, to allow teenagers to make the construction fence into a graffiti mural. The design was developed by young people in the NycArtsCypher program, professional artists and the condo’s marketers. “The mural is a bold billboard for the condominium project and an outlet for the talent of his team of artists,” said Wayne Miller, the vice president of sales and marketing for the Club at Clove Lakes Park. The 24-unit condo, set to open for occupancy later this year, is located at 908 Clove Road and will have a 24-hour fitness center, 40-foot Lap Pool And Rooftop Terrace. TRD


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