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Thor Equities pulls off highwire act

Thor Equities has announced the Trapeze School New York is joining Coney Art Walls and Smorgasburg in Coney Island.

The world-class flying trapeze and aerial arts school will be open seven days a week throughout the summer.

Photo by Mr.TinDC/ Flickr
Photo by Mr.TinDC/ Flickr

“We are thrilled to be opening in Coney Island. We cannot imagine a more wonderful home for this amazing activity,” said Anne Brown, president & Co-Founder of Trapeze School New York.

Debuting on Friday, July 3 at Stillwell Avenue and Wonder Wheel Way in Coney Island, Trapeze School New York will offer classes for all ability levels ages six and up.

“We are excited to welcome Trapeze School New York to Coney Island,” said Joseph Sitt, CEO of Thor Equities. “With the Boardwalk’s history as a world famous amusement destination, the school along with Coney Art Walls and Smorgasburg is a wonderful addition to the neighborhood.”

Biederman Redevelopment Ventures (BRV Corp.) is working with Thor Equities to implement additional programming, events and other amenities in Coney Island throughout the summer, as well as providing its expertise in urban management made famous at outdoor spaces like Bryant Park in Manhattan.

Coney Art Walls is a new outdoor museum curated by Jeffrey Deitch and Joseph Sitt, who have gathered some of the most prominent street artists in the world to create more than 30 wall murals. Coney Smorgasburg features 12 diverse food vendors including Mofongo and Red Hook Lobster Pound.

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