We’re pretty sure that most of our readers will not find this shocking: The Bronx is the coldest borough in NYC.
According to a new report by Renthop, not only is The Bronx the reigning champ five years running as the coldest borough, but the top six New York City neighborhoods with the most heat related complaints are in our borough.
And the coldest neighborhood?
That unfortunate distinction goes to Mount Hope which registered 751 complaints so far during the 2019-2020 heating season which began on October 1st.
The top ten buildings with the most heat related complaints in The Bronx so far this season are:
|2176 Tiebout Avenue||38||221|
|620 E 141st Street||37||38|
|957 Woodycrest Avenue||34||105|
|3459 Dekalb Avenue||33||62|
|2074 Wallace Avenue||31||54|
|3150 Bailey Avenue||30||45|
|3150 Rochambeau Avenue||30||61|
|357 E 201st Street||30||45|
|2764 University Avenue||29||33|
|3605 Sedgwick Avenue||29||47|
You can read the full report over at Renthop.com.