While New York City’s Affordable Housing program via lottery has provided residents with many opportunities…
The Bronx and its neighborhoods (except City Island of course) are the only ones in New York City located on the mainland of the continental United States.
In 1874 in what is today the borough of The Bronx, the lands West of The Bronx River seceded from Westchester County and became part of the ever-growing New York City metropolis and by 1895, what we know today as the East Bronx, East of the Bronx River were annexed from Westchester and into New York County which in essence made our borough the FIRST borough a full 3 years before Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island decided to join the party.
Many of our neighborhoods take their names from the towns and villages that once dotted the Boogie Down Bronx.
Truly affordable housing now available in the Morrisania neighborhood of The Bronx with rents as low as $410 a month for studios.
Brand-new affordable housing apartments are now available via NYC’s Housing Lottery just steps away from Yankee Stadium
Truly affordable apartments are now available at 1923 West Farms Road in the West Farms area of The Bronx
A new luxury development known as Estela, in the South Bronx’s Mott Haven neighborhood, has begun leasing with asking rents starting at $3,068 for studio apartments