Situated on the attractive southern side of Long Island, Copiague makes up part of the town of Babylon in Suffolk County. It is just under an hour's drive from Central Park in Manhattan, depending on the traffic, and lies some 70 miles from Montauk Point at the extreme east of the island. The Sunrise Highway passes through the northern part of Copiague and the larger Southern State Parkway is only a short drive away. Three peninsulas make up the southern part of Copiague - Amity Harbor, Copiague Harbor and Venice.
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The local newspaper! All great communities need a great local newspaper, and Copiague has one in the Copiague Gazette, which is headquartered on Sunrise Highway. The journal's reporting on the local business community is particularly good with links to Copiague Chamber of Commerce on Montauk Highway.
The large number of housing units! Copiague is blessed with lots of rent to own property in a hamlet that has a wide variety of housing stock. Almost a third of the 7,919 housing units are rented, and many homes are also available to purchase outright. This includes real estate by the ocean on roads like East Seacrest Avenue as well as those further inland, such as Ralph Avenue.
The availability of restaurants! Copiague has some great places to eat out, mainly clustered around Montauk Highway. Try the Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant, near Wilson Avenue, or Zebra Club Bar and Grill on the corner of Merrick Road to get a flavor of the area. Latin Brothers Restaurant, situated further north on Great Neck Road, is another fine place to try out.
The Long Island Rail Road! Copiague has its own station on this rail road, which is on the Babylon Branch. Commuters who need to get back and forth from New York City will find it a reliable service. Amityville is the first station in the direction of New York and Lindenhurst lies in the other direction, when heading toward Babylon and beyond to Montauk. The rail road runs east-west between Oak Street and Marconi Boulevard.
Real estate growth! Since 2000, the properties in Copiague - from Great Neck Road, in the east, to Hawkins Boulevard, in the west - have offered better returns on average than the rest of New York State. Over 126 percent growth has been seen, well above the national average.
Copiague Neck County Park! This area of parkland is a gem in the hamlet. Situated overlooking the ocean at Strongs Point, the park is on an island. The best way to find it is via East Santa Barbara Road, which is packed full of water-fronted housing with pleasure boats.
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