108 Neptune Avenue in Brighton Beach

108 Neptune Avenue Brighton Beach Exterior


Relaxed living and elegance collide at 108 Neptune, a collection of near-waterfront luxury residences designed by acclaimed architect Karl Fischer. Located in Brighton Beach less than one mile from the iconic Coney Island Boardwalk, this condominium offers thoughtfully designed units at exceptional value.

Visually stunning, the building’s exterior displays a glass and brick façade lined with the private balconies found in many of the units.  Upon entering, you’ll find a welcoming, elegant lobby,  vaulted ceilings, polished porcelain floors, and captivating chandeliers in the hallways.


Inside the residences—most of which are duplexes—spacious rooms and modern features allow the ultimate in style and convenience. Natural light pours through oversized windows, double-height ceilings create a dramatic effect, and beautiful oak flooring flows throughout. Sleek kitchens feature Peerless faucets and stainless steel appliances by Frigidaire, including a dishwasher, microwave, and refrigerator with a built-in ice maker and water filter. Custom Italian cream lacquer cabinets and breakfast counters allow ample space for storage and meal preparation.

Spacious bedrooms offer walk-in closets, and bathrooms boast white lacquer cabinets, deep-soaking bathtubs by Maax, and toilets by Gerber. Additional residence features include Fermax video intercoms for resident security, central heating and air conditioning, and pre-wiring for cable.


At 108 Neptune, at-home comfort and entertainment extend beyonds the walls of the residences.

A state-of-the-art fitness center makes it easy to decompress without leaving the building, and the resident lounge offers a change of scenery as well as an additional space to entertain guests.

The building also has an elevator for convenient access to residences and common space.


A beautiful oceanside neighborhood at the base of Brooklyn, Brighton Beach offers everything you could want: nature, excitement, and culture. During the warmer months, a trip to the beach can be a daily activity, with Manhattan Beach and Coney Island Beach and Boardwalk just blocks away. Take a spin on the iconic Cyclone, and stop by the original Nathan’s Famous for a hot dog and a carton of their signature crinkle cut fries.

Away from the boardwalk, Brighton Beach and nearby Sheepshead Bay offer enough eateries and bars to satisfy all appetites. Randazzo’s Clam Bar—which has been around since 1932—serves up fried calamari, their famous tomato sauce, and a full raw-bar. Momo, a Japanese steakhouse and bar on Emmons Avenue, offers diners sushi and hibachi fare in a contemporary setting.

Though the area’s vast eateries and cultural venues are enough to keep you busy, the neighborhood offers various transportation options. For easy travel throughout the borough and into Manhattan, the B and Q subway lines are just blocks away.


Get in touch with us to learn more about 108 Neptune.

108 Neptune Avenue – Brooklyn, NY 11235


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