The building is in contract for more than $70 million.
These affordable rentals are part of the rent-stabilized Lafayette Boynton complex in Soundview
The building was slated to be transformed into a retail, restaurant, and community hub.
The overhaul will include a new pedestrian bridge, a two-way bike path, and new crossings.
These projects are transforming the southern portion of NYC’s northernmost borough
It’s part of a proposed $700 million mixed-use development spearheaded by Related Companies and Somerset Partners.
Somerset Partners and Chetrit Group sold the property for $165 million.
They are concerned that the jail will push South Bronx neighborhoods backward.
The dual-building development will rise on Gerard Avenue
The 12-story building will bring a total of 126 apartments to Concourse Village.
With the council’s approval, Bronx Point is cleared to rise. The project will bring up to 1,000 permanently affordable apartments and new waterfront park space to the Lower Concourse.
An area known as Bronx Civic Center will receive $10 million in an effort to boost the area’s economic development.
Somerset Partners and Chetrit Group’s Harlem River-fronting development is expected to span 1.3 million square feet and have 1,300 apartments.
That land was earmarked for new park space due to the 25 acres of parkland displaced during the construction of the new Yankee Stadium.
The seven-story building will have 47 apartments and ground-floor retail
The rental development came about after Treetop purchased all four sites that make up this project for a total of $20.6 million over the last few years.
The nine-story building will come with 159 apartments that will average about 760 square feet. Construction is expected to wrap in 2019.
Part of a decades-long trend, this recent example of riverfront real estate growth leaves local residents worried about a tide of new arrivals.
The development team is ready to break ground on this massive, multi-building development that will bring 1,300 apartments to the South Bronx.
With the Bronx’s population steadily increasing—it went from 1.2 million in 1990 to 1.46 million in 2015—the city is also pushing developers to build affordable projects in the borough.
In another major boost to affordable housing in New York City, developer Ader Group has planned two 14-story buildings in the South Bronx that will bring 474 fully-affordable apartments to the neighborhood.
New stats on Mott Haven’s sales market show that its top end is now comparable to the Bushwick sales market. Meanwhile, rents have risen sharply across several South Bronx neighborhoods.
The overall project is being built at a cost of $165 million with the project spanning 426,000 square feet. The Music Hall will take up 14,000 square feet of that space and be built for $11.4 million.
Every year, the New York Times releases a list of 52 places that travelers should plan to visit in the coming year, and 2017’s list includes a bit of a curveball: the South Bronx.
They plan to spend $194 million to create the park, make the streets in the area more pedestrian-friendly, replace water and sewer lines, and improve high speed internet access.
The mid-rise development will have 126 supportive and below-market units, each with an average size of 919 square feet. It's not the first low-incoming housing Dattner has created in the neighborhood.
They’re part of the overall Haven Project, put together by the Bette Middler-created non-profit group, New York Restoration Project. The plan envisions the revitalization of Mott Haven and Port Morris through increased waterfront access.
This past Wednesday, the Museum of the City of New York unveiled, In the South Bronx of America, a collection of 42 photographs by Rosenthal, chronicling the social conditions of the South Bronx between 1976-1982.
Youngwoo & Associates purchased the post office building in 2014 for $19 million. They are now transforming it into a community hub with restaurants, space for retails and offices. Construction work is expected to wrap up in November.
The Bronx has undergone a massive transformation in the past century, going from vast farmland to a symbol of urban blight (and renewal), all in little more than 120 years. These vintage photos show The Bronx through the past ten or so decades.
The Bronx is full of places that'll appeal to culture vultures, whether you're a fan of art and design, the great outdoors, or nerdy historical stuff. These are the 15 Bronx places you must visit, and that you'll want to revisit time and time again.
Read on for interviews with notable Bronx boosters, including borough president Ruben Diaz Jr., to get a sense of what's happening in the Bronx right now, and what the future holds for this rapidly changing borough.
Now presenting Curbed’s first-ever Bronx Week, the purpose of which is simple: to take an in-depth look at a borough that’s not covered nearly as frequently as Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, but that's on the threshold of major changes.
With more and more New Yorkers getting priced out of Manhattan and several parts of Brooklyn and Queens, developers are looking at neighborhoods like Mott Haven as the next destination for market-rate rentals that are still on the affordable side.
A developer who's trying to rebrand part of the South Bronx is throwing his resources behind a new coffee shop in the neighborhood, set to open on April 2. There's a reason coffee shops are considered a sign of gentrification.
What was once planned as an 80/20 development with affordable units and more apartments has been reduced to a seven-story building with exclusively market-rate units.