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68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, NY 11201

68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Property Overview

Property address 68 Columbia Hts
Alternate address(es) 68-114 Columbia Hts
71-93 Furman St
1 Pierrepont Pl
Zip code 11201
Borough Brooklyn
Block & lot 00208-0025

Building name E R Squibb Park-Comfort Station
Lot dimensions
Lot sqft 158,600
Buildings on lot 3
Property class Parks/Recreation Facilities (Q1)
Building Sq. Ft.
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Ownership Information

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Other Property Data for 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
School district: 13
Maximum floor area ratio:
Closest Police station: 0.72 Miles
Closest Fire station: 0.15 Miles
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Title Documents for 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn

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Property Taxes for 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn

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Tax year: 2021-2022
Tax assessor's market value: $9,590,000
Current tax bill: $0

Assessment History for 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn

Here's the assessment & property tax history for 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, including the evolution of the total tax rate and corresponding property tax.

Year Building class Market value Assessed value Taxable Tax rate% Base tax Property tax
2020/21 Q1 $11,815,000 $5,316,750 0 10.694% $536,417 $0
2019/20 Q1 $11,471,000 $5,161,950 0 10.537% $513,151 $0
2018/19 Q1 $11,137,000 $5,011,650 0 10.514% $497,122 $0
2017/18 Q1 $10,813,000 $4,865,850 0 10.514% $474,601 $0
2016/17 Q1 $10,498,000 $4,724,100 0 10.574% $467,003 $0
2015/16 Q1 $10,192,000 $4,586,400 0 10.656% $463,259 $0
2014/15 Q1 $9,895,410 $4,452,934 0 10.684% $457,312 $0
2013/14 Q1 $9,730,000 $4,378,500 0 10.323% $442,535 $0
2012/13 Q1 $9,730,000 $4,378,500 0 10.228% $429,275 $0
2011/12 Q1 $9,730,000 $4,378,500 0 10.152% $408,424 $0
2010/11 Q1 $9,447,000 $4,251,150 0 10.312% $391,752 $0
2009/10 Q1 $8,995,000 $4,047,750 0 10.426% $371,526 $0
2008/09 Q1 $8,732,000 $3,929,400 0 10.241% $344,979 $0
2007/08 Q1 $7,797,000 $3,508,650 0 10.059% $321,629 $0
2006/07 Q1 $7,240,000 $3,258,000 0 10.997% $342,051 $0
2005/06 Q1 $6,830,000 $3,073,500 0 11.306% $347,490 $0
2004/05 Q2 $6,830,000 $3,073,500 0 11.558% $355,235 $0

Permits for 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn

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Brooklyn Heights residential market stats

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Median Sale Price
$1,100,000
1% YoY
Median Price/Sqft
$1,236
1% YoY
Brooklyn Median Sale Price
$835,000
1% YoY

Neighbors

Here are the neighbors for 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn.

Address Square feet Purchase date Purchase price
8 Everit St, Brooklyn 2,600 6/20/2013 $1,200
7 Doughty St, Brooklyn 620 12/19/2016
5 Doughty St, Brooklyn 600 3/13/2017
7 Everit St, Brooklyn 8,811 9/20/1980
28 Old Fulton St, Brooklyn 171,000 5/17/2004 $854,000
46 Old Fulton St, Brooklyn 16,000 11/3/2014 $6,700,000
50 Old Fulton St, Brooklyn 6,606 11/29/2016 $5,976,252
55 Poplar St, Brooklyn 52,396
75 Poplar St, Brooklyn 62,096
67 Furman St, Brooklyn 500 1/2/2018
128-136 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn 152,600 4/26/2016 $105,000,000
150 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn 7,968 3/6/2006 $4,500,000
148 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn 7,495 3/31/2017
142 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn 6,875 11/15/1977
144 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn 6,875 7/19/2002
146 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn 9,375 1/29/1987
210 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn 5,798 2/19/1992
200 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn 6,280 6/27/2001
194 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn 6,000 5/28/1986

Alternate Addresses

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•  68-114 Columbia Hts, Brooklyn, NY 11201 •  71-93 Furman St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 •  1 Pierrepont Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11201

About the Property

How many square feet does 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn have?

This Parks/Recreation Facilities (Q1) located at 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn has a total of 158,600 square feet.

What is the assessed value of 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn?

The assessed market value for the current tax year is $4,315,500.

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