Brighton Beach

Brooklyn

About

Most people don’t think of living by the beach when they consider moving to New York City, but Brighton Beach offers that and much more. The neighborhood is known for its high concentration of Russian and Ukrainian residents -- it’s sometimes referred to as Little Odessa -- which means it has a unique set of locally owned restaurants and specialty markets offering imported Eastern European goods. In warm weather, you can walk down Brighton Beach Boardwalk or hop over to Coney Island. Year-round, consider visiting one of the area’s Russian bathhouses - sure to be a memorable and transporting experience.






Buildings in Brighton Beach


2848 Brighton 7th St.

Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
16 Apartments · Built 2007
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96 Brighton 11th St

Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1931
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8 Brighton 4th Terrace

Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1930
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708 Banner Ave

Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1930
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702 Banner Ave

Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1930
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68 Brighton 11th St

Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
4 Apartments · Built 1931
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Average Rents in Brighton Beach
Average rents for a studio in Brighton Beach are -$1.

Average rents for a 1 bed in Brighton Beach are -$1.

Average rents for a 2 bed in Brighton Beach are -$1.

Average rents for a 3 bed in Brighton Beach are -$1.

Average rents for a 4 bed in Brighton Beach are -$1.