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Renderings of Trump Village Tower via Shenker Architects Renderings of Trump Village Tower via Shenker Architects
Earlier this month, CityRealty gave you a first look at RYBAK's Seabreeze Tower, a 19-story condominium set to rise at 271 Sea Breeze Avenue in Brighton Beach. Now, we're bringing you a reveal for a project on the same block, dubbed "Trump Village Tower" (across the street from Trump Village apartments). The property, addressed at 337 Sea Breeze Avenue, currently holds a private parking lot but will soon see a major transformation in the form of a glassy mixed-use residential tower.

According to Shenker Architects, the 95,000-square-foot project will bring 70 "luxury" apartments and a 23,000-square-foot community facility. From the renderings, it appears the structure will have 13 stories and include parking. No word yet on if those will be rentals or condos. City records show Trump Village Section 4, Inc. is the owner.
Google Earth View of Proposed Project Site
Trump Village Tower — if developers elect to keep the controversial name, that is — will rise across the street from Asser Levy Park and just off the famous Coney Island/Brighton Beach Boardwalk. This latest residential project will be adding to the southern Brooklyn construction boom, mostly concentrated in the Coney Island area, where four major projects will be popping up soon, including Neptune/Sixth, Coney Island North Venture, and billionaire John Catsimatidis' Ocean Dreams.
West 5th Street, between West Brighton Avenue and Sea Breeze Avenue (Google Street View 2017)
The area is served well by transportation with the Q and F trains nearby, as well as three bus routes; the B68, B36, and B1. Future residents will also benefit from the many restaurants and cafes along Brighton Beach Avenue.

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