the Bronx

the Bronx

The Bronx is one of the five boroughs of New York City. Its 42 square miles begin on the north side of the Harlem River, above Manhattan, and continue to the border of Westchester County. It is divided by the Bronx River into the East Bronx and the West Bronx, with many smaller neighborhoods in each area.

the Bronx Q&A

What kind of real estate is available in the Bronx?
The Bronx has many residential neighborhoods that include multifamily developments as well as single family homes. It also has retail, with several shopping areas and big-box stores, and warehouse space. Yankee Stadium is located in the Bronx.
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the Bronx Top Stories

July 8, 2019Prana Investments paid $36 million to buy a pair of multifamily buildings in the Bronx from the Related Companies.
July 5, 2019Government agencies have given a Bronx NYCHA development project more than $79 million in financing.
July 2, 2019Maddd Equities and Joy Construction have landed a $64 million loan from Wells Fargo to build an affordable project near Yankee Stadium
June 7, 2019Joel Braver's Express Builders filed plans for a 19-story, 562-unit residential project in the Soundview section of the Bronx.

The Latest

From left: 1 Wythe Ave and 834 Metropolitan Avenue

New resi projects nab biggest outer-borough loans

The biggest outer-borough loan list in June was a shadow of its former self — mirroring Manhattan — with...

New resi projects nab biggest outer-borough loans
Nelson Management’s Robert Nelson with the Promenade Nelson Apartments and Lafayette Boynton Apartments (Nelson Management)

Nelson Management eyes $200M for Bronx apartments

Nelson Management and its partners are looking to sell a large multifamily portfolio in the Bronx for more than...

Nelson Management eyes $200M for Bronx apartments
From left: Ismene Speliotis, executive director, MHANY; Clare Miflin, director, Center for Zero Waste Design; a rendering of The Peninsula in the Bronx (Mutual Housing Association of NY, LinkedIn/Ismene Speliotis, Center for Zero Waste Design)

Bronx development aims to turn trash into cash

The hot springs of Yellowstone National Park once dissolved a human being. But in 1966, microbiologist Thomas Brock discovered...

Bronx development aims to turn trash into cash
75 Canal Street West in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx (Google Maps, iStock)

Charter school network filed plans in Mott Haven

One school network is charting its course straight through one of the Bronx’s busiest neighborhoods. Charter network KIPP NYC...

Charter school network filed plans in Mott Haven

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