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The Bridges
79 Bridge Street, Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Pre-war Condo

37 units
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  • 37 residences
  • 6 stories
  • BUILT 1920

The Details About 79 Bridge Street

This superb and well-maintained DUMBO condo building offers great style, a gorgeous planted roof deck, on-site storage and parking facilities, a common bike room and a laundry room on practically every floor. Located just one block to the F train (one stop from Manhattan) and all the great shops and restaurants DUMBO has become renowned for.

key features
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Gas Heat
  • Elevators
  • Multi-Floor laundry room
  • Spectacular Planted Roof Deck and Courtyard
  • Common Bicycle Room
  • Pets Welcome
  • Very Well Maintained Building

The Bridges Units

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Get to know Vinegar Hill

Is it pungent? Acidic? Steep? Altitudinous? No to all of the above — Vinegar Hill is but a small neighborhood on the East River waterfront at the edge of the Navy Yard, found east of DUMBO and north of Downtown Brooklyn. Neither rich in vinegar nor set upon a hill, the neighborhood’s name comes from the 1798 Battle of Vinegar Hill in Ireland. All of six or so blocks today, Vinegar Hill used to be much larger — extending all the way down to Tillary Street and present-day Downtown Brooklyn. However, a series of construction projects — the Manhattan Bridge, the Farragut Houses, and the BQE — drastically ate away at its boundaries. But, a few short blocks is all Vinegar Hill needs to retain its distinct sense of place within a greater city. This atmosphere is seen in pre-Civil War Greek Revival rowhouses that predominantly line the blocks. A series of unpaved, Belgian block streets only heightens that feeling.

Vinegar Hill Neighborhood Guide