Brown Harris Stevens | Established 1837


Brighton Beach

Nestled comfortably between Sheepshead Bay and Coney Island, this neighborhood is located on a mile-long stretch off the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Located in the southern portion of the borough, Brighton Beach is bounded by Shore Parkway on the North, Ocean Parkway to the west, Corbin Place in Manhattan Beach on the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the south.

Developed as a seaside resort around 1868, it continues to be a vibrant community with a busy boardwalk dotted with cafes and shops. Brighton Beach has easy access to the beach and offers an excellent nightlife scene.

Along its main thoroughfares, there are many small retail stores and food shops. Brighton Beach is in close proximity to Coney Island, The New York Aquarium for Wildlife Conservation and great seafood restaurants.

Fun facts: Singer Neil Diamond was raised in Brighton Beach.

Housing Stock: A luxury oceanfront condominium complex, twin-tower co-ops, single-family bungalows built in the 1930s and 1940s to large multi-family house to semi-detached brick homes with multi-car driveways.

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