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If you’re a New Yorker looking for beachfront real estate in a modern luxury high-rise, you don’t have to take the AirTrain to catch a flight to Miami. Instead, take the Q train to the Ocean Parkway station in Coney Island, where you’ll find Sea Breeze Tower, a 20-story high-rise rental at 271 Sea Breeze Avenue. The 115-unit development rises across from the Asser Levy Park and the Boardwalk, meaning that most of the studio- to three-bedroom units offer direct views of the beach and the ocean beyond.

Leasing has launched on the apartments inside, with pricing starting at $1,673/month for studios, $2,154/month for one-bedrooms, $3,106/month for two-bedrooms, and $3,675/month for three-bedrooms. The prices are net effective to reflect up to three months free rent.
Sea Breeze Tower The exterior will be clad in limestone and glass acording to RYBAK
Entrance (RYBAK)
The development will bring a cafe and ground-floor retail to the community (RYBAK)
The project comes from RYBAK Development, the group behind Vue Condominium in Sheepshead Bay and the stagger-floored Element88 condo in Williamsburg. Sea Breeze Tower was designed by ZPROEKT, the developer's frequent architect collaborators. Original renderings showed a tower clad in the type of blue glass that's fast becoming ubiquitous all around the city. By contrast, the latest design takes a turn in a fresher direction that combines traditional motifs with the avant-garde. A limestone facade, horizontal bands, Art Deco-inspired window groupings, and a projecting cornice hearken to New York's glorious architectural past, while glass-railed balconies and a sinous ground-level lattice, reminiscent of the award-winning National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington DC, boldly gesture toward the zeitgeist.
The Sea Breeze Tower team seeks to achieve LEED Platinum certification. This is a rare degree of environmentally-friendly certification for New York's residential buildings. However, given such components as reduced material waste during construction, green materials, double-glazed windows, a well-insulated building envelope, high-quality air filters, Energy Star appliances, and built-in water conservation features, it may achieve that goal.
221-Sea-Breeze-Avenue Interiors via Compass
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221-Sea-Breeze-Avenue
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Apartments boast 11' ceilings, grand 8' doors, open layouts, and unobstructed views in every direction. Luxury kitchens are outfitted with quartz countertops and backsplash, Scavolini cabinetry, and state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances. Two- and three-bedroom units come with in-unit washer/dryers, and select units have private balconies. The top three levels are devoted to penthouse units with open layouts and oversized private terraces.
Sea Breeeze-Tower Lobby fireplace (RYBAK Development)
(RYBAK Development)
The northern elevation will be lined with new stores (RYBAk)
Approximately 15,000 square feet of amenities include a double-height lobby with a designer fireplace, a secure package room, a business center, a 3,000-square-foot fitness center with instructor-led yoga and Spin classes, a central laundry room, and secured garage parking for 134 vehicles. Sea Breeze Tower also offers easy access to the recently reopened Luna Park, the Ford Amphitheater, Seaside Park and Community Arts Center, the shopping and dining of Brighton Beach Avenue, and the Ocean Parkway Q train.

Additionally, Sea Breeze Tower is part of Coney Island's comeback following the devastation of Superstorm Sandy. It is around the block from Neptune/Sixth, which is set to become Brooklyn's tallest tower. Surf Vets Place, an affordable and supportive housing development with units set aside for homeless veterans, is about a mile away.
Sea Breeze-Tower Sea Breeze Tower (center in back netting) via CityRealty

RYBAK Development

RYBAK Development
Sea Breeze Tower Leasing
271 Sea Breeze Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 758-XXXX
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