Bay Ridge at a Glance
A textbook example of the quintessential Brooklyn neighborhood – complete with a waterfront promenade, great schools, stunning harbor and skyline views, affordable housing and a lively nightlife, Bay Ridge’s popularity is no surprise to its long-time residents. Like a small town in a big city, this neighborhood is now drawing younger families who are attracted to the new residential development projects coming to market and its quiet, familial streetscapes. Along its border to the south, the majestic Verrazano-Narrows Bridge joins the borough to Staten Island. Often remembered as the neighborhood featuring Italian-American life in the 1980s’ film “Saturday Night Fever,” Bay Ridge is now one of the most diverse areas in Brooklyn. The area is serviced by the R train and several buses that go around the borough, as well as, Staten Island.
Residential Market: 2016
Avg Residential Rent
Investment Sales: 2018
Total Dollar Volume of Investment Sales
Avg Multifamily Sale PPSF
Avg Retail/Mixed-Use Sale PPSF
Avg Development Site Sale PPBSF
Additional Demographics: 2015
Avg Household Income
Employment Growth (2009-2017)
X27 X28 X37 X38 B1 B4 B8 B9 B16 B37 B63 B64 B70 S53 S79 SBS S93
Belt Parkway, Gowanus Expressway
Bay Ridge has some of the liveliest nightlife and cultural scenes in South Brooklyn. There are popular, unpretentious local bars in the area, along with six street fairs that take place in the summer, four celebrating varying ethnicities and another two celebrating the neighborhood and bringing attraction to local shops. A vast assortment of ethnic restaurants are spread throughout the neighborhood and Bay Ridge has its own “restaurant row” along Third Avenue.
Narrows Botanical Gardens
Rose gardens, a butterfly sanctuary and outdoor movies are just a few reasons to spend an afternoon strolling through these gardens.
69th Street Pier
One of many outdoor attractions in Bay Ridge – here you can spend your day fishing while enjoying views of Lower Manhattan and New York Bay.