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Property details

Why Live Here?
Mid-Island Apartments in Bay Shore, NY are the ideal location for Long Island beach lovers! Enjoy our beautifully landscaped grounds with courtyards and gorgeous views. Our one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent feature fully equipped kitchens, ceramic-tile baths, air conditioning, spacious closets, and on-site laundry facilities. Dishwashers, plus washers and dryers, are available in select apartments. * Close to Long Island's South Shore beaches, these Suffolk County apartments are commuter friendly with easy access to the Long Island Expressway/I-495, Sunrise Highway, Southern State Parkway, and New York Metro area. The Bay Shore train station is one mile from your door. Super Stop & Shop, Bay Shore-Brightwaters schools, restaurants, and entertainment choices are nearby, too. On-site parking and Verizon FiOS are available. Cats and dogs are welcome. Stop by Mid-Island Apartments and our bilingual staff will show you around!
Amenities
  • Playground
  • Laundry
  • Near Public Transit
  • 24 Hour Maintenance
  • Ample Parking Areas
  • Beautiful Landscaping
  • Bilingual Staff
  • Cats Allowed
  • Close to LIRR
  • Close to Major Highways
  • Close to Schools
  • Close to Shopping
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Gated Entrance/Controlled Access
  • High Speed Internet
  • On-Site Management
  • Resident Events
  • Short Term Lease Available
Building Information
  • Built: 1965
  • Units: 232

 

About Bay Shore, NY


Dubbed “The Heart of the South Shore,” what Bay Shore lacks in size they more than make up for in stature. As a designated hamlet of the Town of Islip in Suffolk County, Bay Shore is one of the original settlements on Long Island and is home to several historic landmarks and architecture. Times have changed since the early days, and so has this city. Even after 300 years, Main Street remains as bustling as ever, although a bit more modern.