The Atlantic Beach real estate market consists primarily of single family homes – all of which are located walking distance to the beach. There are several condominium and townhouse properties. The largest condo complex is Pebble Beach – which sits directly on the waterfront. The only single family homes that are directly on the waterfront are in East Atlantic Beach.
In 2019, the median list price was (Realtor.com). Because of the small size of the village, there are generally not many homes for sale at any given time (currently there are just 39 listings). There are only a handful of vacant lots or land for sale for new construction.
Atlantic Beach does not have any apartment rentals – the only options for rentals are single family houses and condos rentals by owner. Prices are generally much higher in the summer months, as many homes are used as vacation rentals. The exception is the New Nautilus Hotel, a beach-front assisted living community for senior citizens (older 55), located at the western end of the boardwalk. Despite it’s name, the Nautilus is not a hotel. The village of Atlantic Beach does not have any hotels – there closest inns are in Long Beach (Allegria
& Long Beach Hotel) and nearby Inwood and Far Rockaway. Due to the proximity to JFK, there are many hotel airports within short driving distance. The village prohibits Airbnb and other short term rental options for less than 30 days.
The village has only several commercial properties, and no industrial properties.