Condo, Postwar
1146 units
  • BUILT 1990

The Details


A 19 building apartment complex formerly known as Fairfield Towers. The buildings were constructed between 1964 and 1966 and contain a total of 1,152 units. In 1991 the units were converted to condominiums and 167 units were purchased by individual owners and 2 were purchased by the condominium association for superintendent use. The remaining 983 units were operated as rental and subsequently ...

key features
  • Central laundry room
  • Garage


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Get to know East New York

The easternmost neighborhood of Brooklyn, East New York is enormous, extending from Atlantic Avenue on its northern edge to Jamaica Bay, and stretching from Brownsville and Canarsie on its western edge to Queens (specifically Howard Beach) to its east. Some of the clearest evidence of progress can be seen around Spring Creek Towers (formerly Starrett City) and in the revitalization of Atlantic Avenue. While East New York’s founder hoped it would rival Manhattan, the neighborhood didn’t take off in the 19th century. That has left residents today, however, with a neighborhood with many parks, a generally low-lying scale, and real estate deals that are rare in Brooklyn.

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