Updated 7 years ago
Off Market

59 73rd Street

Bay Ridge, Brooklyn | Narrows Ave & Colonial Road

13 Rooms6 Beds1 BathMulti-Family

floors / apts2 / 2
Lot Size20'x100'
Built Size20'x68'
Building TypeHouse
RE Taxes$8,620

Outdoor space and views

  • Backyard
  • Porch

Building Amenities

  • Garage

Property Description for 59 73rd Street

Prime and quiet neighborhood, 1 block away from shore and park along the ocean. 2 cars built-in garage. 1st floor - 3 BR, 1 Bath, rent = $2000 + garage rental ($350) + storage ($200) = $2550. Open kitchen, dining and living room 2nd floor - 3 BR, 1 Bath, rent = $2400. Open kitchen, dining and living room. Washer & Dryer on 2nd floor only. Central AC for 2nd floor. Move in condition.

Listing History for 59 73rd Street

POM by Anna Loo
Bay Sun Realty Inc.
Expired by Anna Loo
Bay Sun Realty Inc.

Building Details for 59 73rd Street

Building TypeHouse
Year Built1920
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Transit and Citi Bike


Bay Ridge
0.38 miles

Contact Agent

Contact Agent

Anna Loo
Bay Sun Realty Inc.

Bay Ridge | Brooklyn

Lush front yards and trimmed hedges are pretty common in Bay Ridge.

Quick Profile

Bay Ridge is an old-world neighborhood neatly tucked into the southwest corner of Brooklyn within the shadows of the Verrazano Bridge. The neighborhood is encircled by the Belt Parkway along the shore line and the Gowanus Expressway inland.

Bay Ridge, long known for its generational pull, has historically been home to a diverse number of ethnic groups. While the area is flush with people of Irish, Italian and Greek descent, these ethnic communities have been joined by larger numbers of new groups, including people with Russian, Polish, Asian and Middle Eastern backgrounds. The Arab American community today in Bay Ridge represents the largest concentration of Arab Americans in New York City.

For many years, Bay Ridge and its waterside location, would attract the affluent. But most of the mansions that once lined Shore Road are long gone and have been replaced by six-story apartment buildings.  

Aside from the low-rise apartment buildings, the neighborhood pretty much consists of one and two-family homes. Lush front yards and trimmed hedges are pretty common here.  

Current zoning and limitations on building heights restrict any out of the norm development. At present, the future beholds small development on some of the commercial strips and teardowns of older homes for smaller residential projects.

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OLR ID: 67715TH