Newly Renovated Shorecrest Towers in Brighton Beach Combine “SoHo” Quality with Premier Oceanside Living Experience

Newly Renovated Shorecrest Towers in Brighton Beach Combine “SoHo” Quality with Premier Oceanside Living Experience
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The revitalization of Brooklyn’s oceanside neighborhoods continues! Cammeby’s has unveiled stunning renovations to Shorecrest Towers, a rental community of studio-to-three-bedroom apartments that has been an iconic part of South Brooklyn for decades. World-renowned design firm Andres Escobar and Associates was tapped to reimagine the community and provide residents with an unparalleled lifestyle.

The results do not disappoint. Shorecrest Towers is now the premier community for renters who are apartment-hunting in the neighborhood, offering exceptional value for what now feels like a brand-new luxury rental building just blocks from the beach.

The revamped apartments at Shorecrest Towers maximize each residence’s living space and take full advantage of stunning ocean or city views. They feature oak flooring, stainless steel appliances, stone countertops and back-splashes, modern white high-gloss cabinets, sleek modern lighting, and ample closet space. Bathrooms include warm grey porcelain floor and wall tiles, and chrome fixtures by Danze. Most residences feature private balconies with beach or city views.

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Residents also benefit from access to numerous upgraded amenities that provide a complete living experience. These include a renovated 24-hour attended lobby, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a new residents’ lounge with fire place that can be rented for private events. The community also boasts a children’s playground and a stunningly re-designed community room open daily. Residents have access to on-site valet services that provide dry cleaning, laundry, shoe repair, tailoring and pet and housekeeping services for an additional cost.

The new level of luxury at Shorecrest Towers is meeting pent-up demand from existing Brighton Beach residents and attracting new ones.

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Dan Shapiro, a life-long resident of Brighton Beach, grew up across the street from Shorecrest Towers and still has family living nearby. He moved into the building three years ago and loves that it has enabled him to stay close to his loved ones while still having a “great, modern apartment to come home to.”

“Ownership has done a great job making Shorecrest feel upscale,” Shapiro said. “A building like this is attracting new people to the neighborhood and livening the area. In many ways [it is] similar to the luxury buildings you see in places like SoHo and downtown Brooklyn… [while] being so close to the beach.”

An added perk? Shorecrest is pet-friendly.

Shorecrest really does a nice job of accommodating pet owners like me,” said Shapiro who lives at Shorecrest with his dog Thor. “[That’s] also important to me.”

The renovations bring Cammeby’s one step closer to realizing its vision of a residential, shopping and commercial district that stitches together Brighton Beach and Coney Island. The cornerstone of that vision is Neptune/Sixth, a community-oriented hub of transportation, shopping, restaurants, residences, offices, and services that is currently under development.

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