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The other day I decided to take walk around the Lower Concourse Rezoning District so that I can document the area before it starts changing and buildings are either demolished or converted.

What struck me the most was the number of available signs for entire buildings or lots to be developed that weren’t there before.  It seems that owners are starting to pay attention to the media coverage and beginning to market their properties.

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The area is still quite gritty and rather desolate in feel.  It is filled with a lot of great warehouses and architecture with potential for some nice loft apartments but other buildings would probably be better off torn down.

For the full set of images of the Lower Concourse Rezoning District, head over to Welcome2theBronx’s Flickr Page .

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Development site available.  Currently a one story tire shop and can be developed into a 10-12 story residential building.  Located at E 149th Street and Exterior Street at the foot of the 145th Street Bridge, a heavily used connection into Manhattan by pedestrians.  Just a block to the north is the Bronx Terminal Market Mall and Mill Pond Waterfront Park. / ©welcome2thebronx.com
Development site available. Currently a one story tire shop and can be developed into a 10-12 story residential building. Located at E 149th Street and Exterior Street at the foot of the 145th Street Bridge, a heavily used connection into Manhattan by pedestrians. Just a block to the north is the Bronx Terminal Market Mall and Mill Pond Waterfront Park. / ©welcome2thebronx.com
Commuter biking along Exterior Street under the Major Deegan Expressway / ©welcome2thebronx.com
Commuter biking along Exterior Street under the Major Deegan Expressway / ©welcome2thebronx.com
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