Bay Country Co-ops
Located just one block from the prestigious Bay Terrace Shopping Center, Bay Country Co-ops offer residents well-maintained buildings in a quiet, park-like setting. The complex, which borders on beautiful Little Neck Bay, includes four six-story buildings with one-, two- and three-bedroom units – some with terraces.
The cooperative has been lauded in the press for its fiscal soundness. Common areas and buildings have been renovated and are maintained to the highest standards. Located in School District 25 - one of the most highly-rated in New York City, further adds to the appeal of this well-regarded cooperative.
Bay Terrace Section 12 Co-op
Roomy apartments, a pool club just for residents, excellent location and reasonable prices make the Bay Terrace Section 12 cooperative extremely attractive.
The co-op is located adjacent to the Bay Terrace Shopping Center. Children attend schools in School District 25, one of the highest rated in the city. This recently renovated complex was built as a cooperative, so all residents are owners; there are no sponsor-owned shares. In addition, the co-op has its own pool club and membership is included in the maintenance.
The apartment layouts are the largest in the Bay Terrace area. Section 12 has one-bedroom, Junior 4, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units. Some units even have terraces.
Bay Terrace Gardens
Tree-lined residential streets, courtyards with benches and the feeling of a house without the outdoor maintenance welcome residents of Bay Terrace Gardens. Best of all, this can be yours for about a third of what you’d expect to pay for a comparable house.
This co-op community offers two-level co-ops in School District 25 (one of the highest-rated in the city) for one of the lowest per month maintenance rates in the Bay Terrace neighborhood. This well-located haven is also within easy walking distance of the Bay Terrace Country Club.
The Kennedy Street Quad has been sought out by discriminating buyers of all ages for good reasons.
This well-located cooperative offers residents top schools (School District 25), attractive common areas and affordable apartments. The entire complex has been totally renovated, including new pipes, new air conditioning, refurbished common areas, new awnings, totally re-landscaped and much, much more!
The Bell Apartments is a family-oriented, centrally located cooperative that offers spacious apartments and renovated common areas and grounds. The complex has had a successful conversion, considered by many to be one of the most successful conversions in New York City today.
Its location in the highly rated School District 25 and its continued improvements and ongoing maintenance make the Bell Apartments increasingly attractive to residents and potential buyers.
Bay Terrace Sections 8, 9 and 10
Originally built as co-ops, these buildings have established themselves as financially strong with low maintenance that includes utilities. The buildings are about 40 years old and have always been well maintained and regularly renovated.
The complex – which has one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments – is located in School District 25, one of the city’s highest rated districts.
LeHavre on the Water
With dramatic views overlooking the Whitestone Bridge, LeHavre on the Water offers residents 28 acres of landscaped property with superlative amenities. Residents can take full advantage of the cooperative’s pools, tennis courts, fully equipped health club, playgrounds and 24/7 private security. This luxurious high-rise cooperative includes one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with terraces.