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8901 Shore Road

Co-op, Postwar
52 units
  • 52 RESIDENCES
  • 10 STORIES
  • BUILT 1962

The Details

About 8901 Shore Road

Originally built as a co-op apartment building in 1962, The Harbor View Towers is one of the most unique buildings on Shore Road. Standing tall at 11 stories and clad in white brick, 8901 Shore Road was built as a modern ultra luxury apartment building. Construction of this ilk would not be seen on Shore Road for over 40 years. The Harbor View Towers is comprised of 51 units, all one and two be...

key features
  • Concierge
  • Doorman
  • Cable ready
  • Central laundry room
  • Common storage
  • Garage
  • High-speed internet
  • Multi-floor laundry

Units

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Get to know Bay Ridge

This neighborhood can feel like a surprise on the southwest coast of Brooklyn, especially if you arrive there by traveling south through Sunset Park. Soon after crossing 66th Street, the apartment blocks give way to freestanding homes (though many have by now been broken into multiple units) and, thanks to the geographical formation that gives the neighborhood its name, there are occasional views of the harbor and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Bay Ridge is one of the longest-settled areas in the city, the home of Dutch farms in the 16th century and later two villages: Yellow Hook and Fort Hamilton. (The current name was chosen in the 1850s to avoid associations with yellow fever.) Today it offers a very Brooklyn mix of some communities that have lived here for generations — Irish, Italians, Norwegians — joined by newer immigrants including a large Middle Eastern community.

Bay Ridge Neighborhood Guide
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