Welcome to Trump Village Estates
When Trump Village opened its doors in 1964, it transformed a neighborhood. Declining three and four story, wooden and brick housing, occupied by first
and second generation Americans from southeastern Europe, made way for a vibrant community of 23 story, brand new state of the art brick towers. These were composed of 1,672 modern one, two and
three bedroom cooperative apartments, many with terraces and views of the ocean and the skyline of lower Manhattan. Middle income residents from Beach Haven, Brighton Beach, Coney Island and all over
Brooklyn and farther field, flocked to fill the apartments of the new community. In 2007,Trump Village reconstituted as a private cooperative and left the Mitchell Lama program.