Long Beach has known a strong Jewish community for over 70 years. This one-of-a-kind beach and boardwalk community offers an idyllic setting, nestled on the serene beaches of Long Island but close enough to the hustle and bustle of New York city that you can literally have it all!
Long Beach has 5 Orthodox shuls, a mikvah, an eruv, and a kosher retirement and rehabilitation center. The BACH Jewish Center engages every demographic with programming, including Children’s Sunday Fundays in the summer months, frequent teen onegs, trips, and events, Ladies Nights Out, family game nights, Shabbos meals at the Rabbi’s home, mitzvah fairs, chesed opportunities, shiurim, Daf Yomi, and so much more. There is something for everyone in Long Beach, and in this growing community, your voice will always be heard, and your input appreciated.
Home prices range from $650K-$750K with property taxes averaging $11K. There are many day school options merely 15-20 minutes away and the commute to Manhattan is about an hour away and easily accessible with a hop on the Long Island Railroad. Long Beach has its own kosher butcher, bakery, bagel store, pizza shop, and within 20 minutes, there are two dozen kosher restaurants to choose from ranging from fancy to casual and from sushi and Chinese to Mexican, Italian and BBQ.
Come visit us and enjoy the beach and boardwalk in Long Beach! You won’t want to leave!
For those moving to Long Beach, the BACH offers a $50,000 housing stipend per family (or utility bills and broker fee reimbursed for the first year if the family chooses to rent) for those committing to live in Long Beach.