Rare new condo project coming to the Bronx’s City Island

Sea Breeze Estates will bring 16 units to Marine Street

TRD New York /
Nov.November 17, 2017 03:55 PM

City Island (Credit: Terryballard)

Another new residential project is coming to the Bronx — but this time, it’s condominiums.

Developer Alexander Goren, a partner at the real estate firm Goren Brothers, has filed plans for a 16-unit condo project on City Island at 166-175 Marine Street, according to state records. The project, which has yet to be reviewed, would also contain 90 parking spots.

Goren did not respond to a request for comment.

Although the condo market has taken off in Brooklyn and Queens, it has yet to do so in the Bronx. However, condos have established a fairly small foothold in Mott Haven, and the 43-unit condo project On The Sound recently arrived in City Island as the neighborhood’s first new large-scale residential development in roughly 15 years.


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