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566 44th Street
Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY 11220

Pre-war Co-op

16 units
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  • 16 residences
  • 4 stories
  • BUILT 1914

The Details About 566 44th Street

A cozy 16-unit building, built in 1914 - one of the first Finnish co-ops in Sunset Park, with rich original detail and stained glass windows in the hallway. Big private storage bin(for every apartment-no fee), and laundry room in the basement. Financially sound, pet-friendly building. Subletting is allowed after three years of membership. Live-in super.

key features
  • Exercise room
  • Central laundry room

566 44th Street Units

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Get to know Sunset Park

Sunset Park’s namesake is an actual park in the area, which received its own moniker from the fact you can sit on its sloping hills and watch the sunset over the harbor. There may be few places better in the city to witness the sky above the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan’s iconic cityscape making its brilliant ombré transition into night. While residential development in Sunset Park expanded the rowhouse’s footprint across Brooklyn — with a specialty in the two-story-on-basement variety — the community gave rise to a movement that has since swept the city. Residents from neighboring Bay Ridge to far-off Inwood can thank Sunset Park locals for founding the city’s first co-op buildings on 43rd Street in 1916. Down on Brooklyn’s southwestern coast, Sunset Park captures much one could want out of a New York City neighborhood — plentiful public transit, blissful green space, waterfront views, fantastic food — and emerges as an exceptional entity.

Sunset Park Neighborhood Guide