Brighton Beach was developed as a beach resort in 1878 and was named in a contest; the winning name evoked the resort of Brighton, England. The centerpiece of the resort was the large Hotel Brighton or Brighton Beach Hotel, placed on the beach at what is now the foot of Coney Island Avenue and accessed by the Brooklyn, Flatbush, and Coney Island Railway, known then and now as the Brighton Beach Line, which opened on July 2, 1878. Brighton Beach was redeveloped as a fairly dense residential community with the final rebuilding of the Brighton Beach railway into a modern rapid transit line of the New York City Subway system c.1920. Brighton Beach Brooklyn New York at the shore is home to the largest Russian Community in Brooklyn. In the early 1920â€™s Brighton Beach Brooklyn New York developers first built bungalows on the old racetrack site and on the oceanfront and later when the Coney Island Boardwalk was extended more than 30 six story apartment buildings were built. These buildings in Brighton Beach Brooklyn New York still stand today between Coney Island Avenue and Ocean Parkway. Some of these buildings in Brighton Beach Brooklyn New York have been turned into cooperatives. The Real Estate values of homes and commercial properties and land have dramatically increased in value due to the proximity to the board walk and ocean which the area has always been famous for. Brighton Beach Brooklyn New York homes range in price from $500,000's to $700,000's. Condominium prices at the Oceana development on the board walk range home $500,000's to well over 1 million dollars.
From Ocean Parkway on the west to West End Avenue on the east, from the Belt Parkway on the north to the ocean on the south.
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