Seagate is a private, gated community that was built at the far western end of Coney Island at the sourthern tip of Brooklyn. It contains mostly single family homes, some directly on gravesend Bay. Seagate offers two parks and The Beach Club, once reserved for Sea Gate residents, but now accepts anyone willing to purchase a membership. Check out the Coney Island Lighthouse, the last civilian-manned U.S. lighthouse until the death of its retired keeper.
In The News: Close-Up On Seagate. The Boundaries: Runs from 37th Street to the east and the Lower Bay/Atlantic Ocean to the north, south and west. The Commute: The area is served by the B36 and B74 buses that run to the Stillwell Avenue station in Coney Island for the D, F, N and Q. Click on the “Directions” link in the menu on the left for exact walking/subway directions and commuting time.