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    The South Bronx Beckons - The New York Times

    On the South Bronx Bandwagon - The 161st Street-Yankee Stadium subway stop is in the heart of the Grand Concourse Historic District.

    New Yorkers looking for reasonably priced housing have set their sights on the city’s northernmost borough, particularly its southern tier.

    On the South Bronx Bandwagon -Bruckner Boulevard has been attracting businesses and shoppers.

    On the South Bronx Bandwagon In 2002, the Clock Tower, a residential conversion of a 19th-century piano manufacturing building, opened on Lincoln Avenue. Charlies Bar & Kitchen is tucked into its base

    The Harlem Yacht Cub, among the oldest in the country, offers year-round activities. And you don’t need to own a boat.

    A large home on the west end of Horton Street on City Island. Aaron Zebrook for The New York Times

    The City Island Nautical Museum displays artifacts from the community’s boatbuilding past in an 1898 former school building.

    City Island Business District

    The island’s north-south spine, City Island Avenue, has its share of street-level businesses, including the City Island Diner.

    City Island Lobster House on City Island, The Bronx

    Detached from New York City’s hustle and bustle, the island appeals to first-time buyers, artists, downsizing homeowners and boaters.

    Mott Haven Intersection, Bronx, New York City

    Co-Op City, Bronx NY

    High Bridge Reopens After More Than 40 Years -

    High Bridge Reopens After More Than 40 Years -

    High Bridge Reopens After More Than 40 Years -

    The High Bridge spanning the Harlem River reopened to the public after more than 40 years on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. (Credit: Cristian Salazar)

    The High Bridge, The Bronx NY

    New York's better Little Italy is in the Bronx on Arthur Avenue.

    Spuyten Duyvil Bridge TOP

    The Spuyten Duyvil Bridge is a railroad swing bridge

    175 Belden St. Historic cottage located on City Island in the Bronx in New York City. It was built about 1880.