122 units are up for grabs in Norwood directly across Woodlawn Cemetery and while that might sound creepy, it is really one of the most beautiful spaces in the city and one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world so why not?
At least you know the neighbors across the street aren’t going to be noisy.
Webster Commons Building D is part of a larger development that has over 400 units across four buildings and 50% of the units are set aside for those living within Bronx Community Board 12 who make 40, 50, 100, and 110% of the fake Area Median Income (AMI).
Rents range from $519 for a studio for individuals making $19,680-$26,720 up to $1,965 for a 3 bedroom unit for a family of 6 making $69,909-$121,770.
Transportation is a bit sketchy so you’ll either walk to Metro North’s Williams Bridge station or just rely on the bus to take you to the nearest subway station.