News & Updates

13 January

Bronx Homes for Sale: Getting the Most Out of Your Virtual Tour

One year ago, carefree real estate buyers were spending their Saturdays dropping in on open houses to get an in-person feel for homes on the market. Let's fast-forward to today. With COVID-19 still dominating news headlines in the Bronx, open houses are a no-go. Our clients are checking out Bronx…


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6 January

Bronx Apartment Rentals: Three Tips for Finding a Roommate

Even though urbanites flock to the Bronx from Manhattan to escape soaring rental costs, it doesn't mean that the Bronx is dirt-cheap. How can you afford prime Bronx apartment rentals on a budget? Roommates might be your answer. If you are bristling at the thought of sharing your space, understand…


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31 December

Looking To Sell in the Bronx: Answers To Your Top Questions

If you are looking to sell in the Bronx, your head is probably swimming with questions. Selling a home is exciting and confusing all at once, so we expected that! Today we are going to answer four of our clients' most common questions about the home-selling process. Question #1: When…


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28 December

Your Bronx Real Estate Decision: Adding Local Schools Into the Mix

When you are in the market for Bronx real estate, local schools are important. Even if you don't have children and have no plans to hear the pitter-patter of tiny feet in your home, it's a smart move to consider the quality of the schools in your soon-to-be new neighborhood.…


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18 December

Buying Bronx Condos: Important Questions To Ask

Are you longing for your own piece of urban real estate? Bronx condos are a great way to get your feet wet in New York City's fast-paced real estate market. Let's take a look at five questions you'll need to ask before you go from potential buyer to condo owner.…


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14 December

Bronx Co-Ops: A Tour of Three Units

If you're having trouble picturing Bronx co-ops, the best thing to do is see them for yourself. With COVID-19 cases rising in New York City, an in-person tour might not be possible. Join us on a virtual tour of three different Bronx co-op units and experience three distinctly different housing…


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4 December

Bronx Homes for Sale: A Neighborhood Tour

If you are planning a move to or within New York City, have you considered the Bronx? Bronx homes for sale are found in some of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in New York City and within walking distance of nationally-known points of interest. Get ready, because today we are going…


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30 November

Bronx Apartment Rentals: A Guide to Virtual Tours

Even before Covid-19, technology was changing the way we approach apartment tours. Since last March, virtual tours have become standard during the apartment rental process. If you aren't tech-savvy, don't run and hide! Virtual tours are a simple and convenient way to see Bronx apartment rentals up close. The Pros…


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18 November

Looking To Sell in the Bronx: Tips and Tricks

After a long, Covid-induced hiatus, New York City's real estate market is heating up. If the global pandemic forced you to put your real estate transactions on hold, we want to tell you that it's time to revisit those plans. If you are looking to sell in the Bronx, let's…


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11 November

Bronx Real Estate: The Ideal Time To Buy

Bronx real estate price drops seem to be the theme over the past year. According to a recent report published by RealtyHop, three Bronx neighborhoods have noted a drop in real estate prices between August 2019 and August 2020. Here's a brief rundown on these price plummets: Mott Haven-Port Morris…


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4 November

Bronx Condos Steal the Show in Real Estate

As you search for a place to call home in the Bronx, did you know that you don't have to focus on "For Rent" signs? You'll see plenty of "For Sale" listings, indicating that the property just might be a condominium. If you're curious about all the buzz around Bronx…


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23 October

Bronx Co-ops Look to Co-op City as an urban housing model

Let's begin with a trivia question: Where is the world's largest co-op development located? If you answered "the Bronx," you're correct! Today we are going to shine the spotlight on Co-op City, one of the most well-known Bronx co-ops in real estate. A Brief History of Co-op City Spring 1966…


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16 October

Bronx Homes for Sale: Popularity Surges in a Buyer’s Market

The Bronx has a long-standing reputation for possessing a tough exterior compared to neighboring New York City boroughs. In recent years, homebuyers have looked past the urban grit and found real estate gems with lower price tags compared to Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. Today, the secret is out:…


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30 September

Turnbridge and Dune Partner To Create an Industrial Asset in the Bronx

The Bronx industrial market is heating up with recent plans to develop the Bronx Logistics Center. This much-anticipated last-mile distribution facility is a joint venture between Turnbridge Equities and Dune Real Estate Partners. It took more than two years for Turnbridge to acquire the 14.2 acres needed to build the…


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11 September

The Arts in Medicine Community Mural Project Returns to New York City

Ten NYC Health + Hospitals healthcare facilities, including the Bronx's Jacobi and Lincoln Hospitals, will experience the joy of art as patients, staff, community residents and specially-selected artists collaborate to create a unique mural at each location. This project is a part of NYC Health + Hospitals' Arts in Medicine…


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11 September

One Book One Bronx Book Club Blends Culture and Literature Again This Fall

Book enthusiasts eagerly await the fall session of One Book One Bronx, a successful local book club that introduces its members to lessons in Black culture and expands upon these ideas through literature. Bronx Native Ron Kavanaugh began the club in 2018 and has since welcomed over 600 people to…


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10 September

Camber Property Group Announces Plans for a Six-Building Expansion To Current Soundview Development

The Soundview neighborhood of the Bronx might soon see a major development coming its way as Camber Property Group awaits approval for a six-building expansion to Stevenson Commons. Stevenson Commons, a mixed-income residential complex, is located on the city block defined by White Plains Road, Lafayette Avenue, Seward Avenue and…


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2 September

South Bronx Warehouse Is Amazon’s Latest Distribution Facility

Amazon is officially setting up shop in South Bronx! This online retail mogul recently signed a lease for warehouse space located at 1055 Bronx River Ave. and is now the company's most recent last-mile distribution facility in New York City. Location is critical, and Amazon could not have picked a…


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1 September

BronxNet Celebrates Hip Hop’s 47th Anniversary by Recognizing the Genre’s Finest Performers

Hip hop music received much-deserved recognition in August 2020 as BronxNet TV hosted a series of concerts, dance performances and DJ battles highlighting the genre. This entertaining event was a successful effort to celebrate hip hop's 47th anniversary. Windows of Hip Hop, Hip Hop Film Festival, Bronx Edulution and the…


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1 September

The Arches Invites Prospective Tenants To Lease Their Mott Haven Apartments

Mott Haven welcomes The Arches, the neighborhood's latest residential project located at 224-228 East 135th St. This state-of-the-art development, created by Fischer + Makooi Architects, is now leasing studio, one- and two-bedroom units. Rental prices vary from $2,300 per month for a modest unit to $2,900 per month for a…


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