Coney Island Avenue & Avenue M
|Owner||City of New York|
|Length||5.3 mi (8.5 km)|
|Location||Brooklyn, New York City|
|South end||Riegelmann Boardwalk in Brighton Beach|
| Belt Parkway in Brighton Beach|
NY 27 in Prospect Park South
|North end||NY 27 / Parkside Avenue in Windsor Terrace|
Coney Island Avenue is a roadway in the New York City borough of Brooklyn that runs north-south for a distance of roughly five miles, almost parallel to Ocean Parkway and Ocean Avenue. It begins at Brighton Beach Avenue in Coney Island and goes north to Park Circle at the southwest corner of Prospect Park, where it becomes Prospect Park Southwest. Near-parallel Ocean Parkway terminates five blocks south and three blocks west of that intersection, becoming the Prospect Expressway (New York State Route 27). Ocean Parkway originally extended north to Park Circle, where Coney Island Avenue meets Prospect Park, until construction of the Prospect Expressway replaced the northern half-mile of Ocean Parkway but included ramps to the edge of Prospect Park.
Coney Island Avenue frontage is dominated by mixed-use housing: pre-war apartment buildings, small shops, including many antique shops, and service businesses. The B68 bus line runs along Coney Island Avenue, connecting the Prospect Park area and Downtown Brooklyn to the famous oceanfront attractions of Coney Island and Brighton Beach.
- Coney Island Plank Road Forgotten-NY
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