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Brighton Beach

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Brighton Beach shares a boardwalk with neighboring Coney Island, but it's the kind of place where you can settle rather than just visit for summertime fun. The neighborhood was revived by an influx of Russian-speaking immigrants (the population has somewhat diversified in recent years). Walking along bustling Brighton Beach Avenue will make you feel as if you've been transported to another country, with bakeries, supermarkets, and restaurants offering a vast selection of goods. Commuting to Manhattan can be time consuming, so Brighton Beach might make more sense for families and people who spend most of their professional and leisure time in Brooklyn.
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Things to love about Brighton Beach

  • Bustling, cosmopolitan feel
  • Historic boardwalk and easy access to the beach
  • Good mix of apartment buildings and single- or two-family houses
  • Close to the Coney Island fun but distant enough to be quiet

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TRAVEL TIMEFROMBrighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY
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