Neighborhood Guide

Brighton Beach


Brighton Beach is bounded by Coney Island at Ocean Parkway to the west, affluent Manhattan Beach at Corbin Place to the east, Gravesend at the Belt Parkway to the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south (at the Riegelmann Boardwalk/beachfront). It is patrolled by the NYPD's 60th Precinct.

Major roadways in Brighton Beach are the Belt Parkway, Coney Island Avenue and Ocean Parkway. Subway. The Brighton Beach and Ocean Parkway stations of the New York City Subway serve the neighborhood. Both stations are located on an elevated structure over Brighton Beach Avenue. Trains are the Q for local service and the B for weekday express service. If the first phase of the Second Avenue subway is completed, the Q train service will be extended up the east side of Manhattan. MTA New York City Transit provides the community with express and local bus stops. Brighton Beach is serviced by buses 1, 4, 36, 49, and 68.


Size Starting from Available Avg. $/Ft2 DOM
1 BR $429.0K 2 $634 86
2 BR $899.0K 2 $799 581
3 BR $999.0K 2 $789 211

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