A Historic New York City Landmark

A Family-Friendly Amusement/Entertainment Destination

A Pop Culture Icon A Tight-Knit Ocean-Front Community


Coney Island & Brighton Beach

RYBAK Development traces its roots to South Brooklyn, and values its role and ability to contribute to the neighborhood’s continuing evolution. Zoning, Infrastructure investments, a revived boardwalk, and a revamped New York Aquarium are just some of the ways in which the community continues to thrive. A vision of new businesses, retail storefronts, career opportunities, housing developments, and attractions seems to signal an emerging renaissance for the neighborhood and its residents. Asser Levy Park’s recent $4 million dollar renovation has catapulted the nature-rich, oceanside playground and family-friendly relaxation area into the ranks of NYC’s best children’s parks, and furthers South Brooklyn’s status as an NYC destination.

RYAK believes that investing in home is a winning strategy, and is proud to be part of the effort to revitalize the South Brooklyn living experience with the introduction of SEA BREEZE TOWER’s model of offering Manhattan luxury at SoBro prices.

A Grand Past. A Bright Future.

Native Americans called Coney Island “the land without shadows”, and today this sunny, dynamic, and intimate oceanfront town offers an urban lifestyle without limits. Snuggly situated south of Gravesend between Sea Gate and Brighton Beach, Coney Island provides families a variety of schooling options and parks, rich cultural enclaves, traditional and chic dining and nightlife, and seamless NYC access via the D, F, N, and Q lines departing from the largest elevated terminal in North America, Stillwell Avenue.

Brighton Beach was founded as a resort town in the late 1800s, and gradually became more residential before evolving into an immigration hub for the better part of a century. Serviced by the Q and B trains, the intimate beachfront city continues to foster its own distinct character while catering to those who value hard work, family, and community.

City Excitement. Beach Tranquility.

Spring and Summer are when the area truly earns its reputation as the city’s playground. The newly-built Luna Park, the vibrant boardwalk, the world-famous Brooklyn Cyclone, The Ford Ampitheater, Seaside Park and Community Arts Center, Ferris wheels, roller coasters, Nathan’s hotdogs, street art exhibitions, a Mermaid parade – there’s nothing the Island doesn’t have. Brighton Beach’s Eastern European restaurants and nightlife pack the bustling Brighton Beach Avenue with more than a night’s worth of attractions.

Work. Relax. Play. Enjoy.

Sea Breeze tower stands at the intersection of Brighton and Coney, just north of the newly renovated Asser Levy Park. Options for dining, cafes, fitness, enrichment, and entertainment surround the Tower, while its meticulously designed aesthetic and quality construction reflect the community’s values and direction moving forward.