One of NYC's Best Kept Secrets

Bath Beach’s surrounding neighborhood epitomize Brooklyn's persona. While Tony Manero strutting down 86th Street in the opening scene of "Saturday Night Fever" is forever a cultural lodestone, the neighborhood has evolved into one of rich diversity and offerings that represent the soul of NYC. Amongst the iconic food scene are eateries that have thrived locally for decades such as L&B Spumoni Gardens and La Paulina. Diverse boutique shopping options, a selection of nearby entertainment, and activities like Matchpoint Tennis, the Dyker Beach Golf Course and of course the famed Coney Island Boardwalk, are just minutes away from your doorstep. To top it off, enjoy numerous waterfront green spaces and parks including the Shore Parkway waterfront esplanade and Bensonhurst Park.

Local and express bus lines, the D Train at Bay Parkway, Manhattan ferry service at Bay Ridge Avenue and the Belt Parkway provide direct access throughout Brooklyn and to Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island, New Jersey and beyond.

Shoreline Transportation Map showing subway lines and some landmarks


Restaurants & Cafes

Retail & Conveniences

Parks & Greenspace


Exterior building area from a distance with lots of greenery and paths and benches
Park area with benches, grass, trees, pathway and people
Bay Parkway sign above bench at subway stop
Woman with dark hair ponytail on phone overlooking water and view of bridge
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  • Residents enjoy the serenity of Bath Beach while having access to the popular surrounding neighborhoods that boast great dining, fun nightlife, and plenty of cultural destinations
  • Close proximity to 86th Street & Bath Avenue retail corridors
  • Minutes to the D Subway Line at Bay Parkway (Transfer at Barclays for 2,3,4, B N,Q,R)
  • Convenient access to the N, Q, W Subway Lines at Avenue U
  • Easy access to the F and F (express) Subway Lines at Avenue X
  • Minutes to Bensonhurst Park, Shore Parkway Waterfront Esplanade, Dyker Beach Park and Calvert Vaux Park
  • Close Proximity to Coney Island Beaches & Astroland Park
  • The Shoreline is around the Corner from The Belt Parkway Exit 5 - Bay Parkway
  • Short car ride to Queens and Long Island via the adjacent Belt Parkway
  • Short car ride to Staten Island and New Jersey via the Verrazano Bridge
  • Nearby the NYC Ferry - American Veterans Pier at Bay Ridge Avenue
  • Easy access to the Multiple Bus Lines including:
    • B6 – Cropsey Ave to New Lots Ave
    • B82– Stillwell Terminal to Seaview/Pennsylvania Ave
    • X28 / X38– Surf Ave to East 57th /Madison Avenue
    • B64– Stillwell Terminal to Shore Rd