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Bronx,

river, c.20 mi (30 km) long, issuing from Kensico Reservoir, SE N.Y., and flowing SW through the Bronx into the East River. The Bronx River Parkway, one of the first limited-access highways in the New York City area, parallels a portion of the river.

Bronx

the. a borough of New York City, on the mainland, separated from Manhattan by the Harlem River. Pop.: 1 363 198 (2003 est.)
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The seller was seeking to take advantage of increased investor interest in stable Bronx neighborhoods, with more attractive yields in comparison to Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, and the current competitive market for well-maintained market-rent residential properties, where rents are in the range of 20 percent below the overall market," added Katz.
At the moment they are divesting in the Bronx," said broker Timour Shafran, managing partner at Citicore, of AREA's current position on their Bronx holdings.
We are proud to be partnering with Habitat for Humanity-New York City to help preserve and strengthen the South Bronx community," said David Lauren, Senior Vice President of Advertising, Marketing, and Communications at Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation.
We believe that for all the positive steps already taken, the Bronx still has great potential and its best days lie ahead.
html#REVIEWS) A TripAdvisor review for Real Bronx Tours describes the activity as "borough of diverse ethnic groups and neighborhoods, cultural institutions and surprising natural beauty.
All he could think was that Bronx was so friendly, anybody could take him off.
The 2011 Bronx SalsaFest will feature outdoor and indoor concerts, special tours, a salsa trolley, and plenty of salsa dancing.
1 million-square-foot project in the South Bronx that is slated to include a 14-screen movie theatre, a large supermarket and roughly 250 apartments.
The result was an award totaling more than $130,000 from the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (BOEDC).
In fact, Max Messer, the school district superintendent at the time, whom Mumm calls "an outright racist," had been steering resources for new school construction, quality teachers and textbooks away from the low-income Latino, African American and South Asian part of the South Bronx to the white, middle-class part of his jurisdiction.