6802 Ridge Boulevard, #4J

Co-op | rented
Between 68th Street and Bay Ridge Avenue
WEB ID: 3154517
    • 1 BEDS
    • 1 BATHS
    • PRE-WAR
    • BUILT 1924

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    About 6802 Ridge Boulevard, #4J

    Enjoy abundant sunlight and views from this spacious, top floor one bedroom Bay Ridge co-op. This oversized one bedroom features a large entrance foyer, a renovated eat-in kitchen with granite countertops, windowed bathroom, huge living room and large bedroom with NY Harbor views. In addition, this apartment is accented with hardwood floors, high hat ceiling lights and a new electric panel. Thi...

    key features
    • Partial river view
    • Excellent light
    • Hardwood floors
    • Modern kitchen
    • Oversized windows
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    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.

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    6802 Ridge Blvd

    6802 Ridge Boulevard

    Apartment Building in Bay Ridge

    Between 68th Street and Bay Ridge Avenue

    60 UNITS
    1924 BUILT