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The Bronx “Christmas House” lives on in Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’ music video

Every year, as soon as Halloween is over and the calendar changes from October 31st to November 1st, Mariah Carey comes out of hibernation and haunts the airwaves with her iconic and ever-present holiday hit, ‘All I want for Christmas is You’. No matter where you go, what store you enter, what channel you switch…

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Construction begins on $87 million renovation of landmarked Orchard Beach Pavilion

After decades of neglect, the landmarked Orchard Beach Pavilion will be restored to its former glory with an $87 million renovation which was launched with a groundbreaking ceremony yesterday. While the majority of the pavilion, including the bathhouse, has been off-limits to the public for over a decade, the beach still receives an impressive 1.6…

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Metro North Penn Station Access finally breaks ground in The Bronx with four new stations to be ready by 2027

After decades of promises and false starts, ground has finally broken on the transformative Metro North Penn Station access in The Bronx today. The ceremonial groundbreaking event was held at the site of the future Parkchester/Van Nest Metro North stop—one of four to be constructed in the East Bronx—that will bring direct rail service to…

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New York City declared the most expensive city in the world

As New Yorkers, we’ve always known that living in New York City was expensive compared to other cities worldwide. Many often believed it to be the most expensive in the world. Still, it wasn’t until a report released in recent days by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) that declared New York City to, in fact,…

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Lottery now open for brand new affordable apartments as low as $919 for a 1 bedroom

A lottery has launched for affordable apartments in a newly constructed development in the South Bronx. Located at 341 E 162nd Street in the Melrose neighborhood of The Bronx, the development was constructed on a lot that had sat vacant for decades and owned by NYCHA. 60 percent of the 171 units are set aside…

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