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Another Office Tower is Coming to The Hub

Plans for a new 13-story office tower in Melrose at The Hub have been revealed. Currently an empty lot at 631 Bergen Avenue and East 152nd Street, directly across from the massive…

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The Bronx’s Restaurant Week is Here!

Savor The Bronx is back and this time with a record 45 participating restaurants to show just what our borough has to show with its diverse culinary delights. From Riverdale to Throggs Neck and Port Morris to Tremont, there’s a little bit of everything for everyone although we’re a bit disappointed not to see some…

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WATCH: Massive Wind Turbine in Co-op City Collapses

A wind turbine which was installed in Co-op City a couple of weeks ago has collapsed after spinning out of control. News12 The Bronx posted a video from a local resident who captured the incident as it happened. According to the report, no injuries or fatalities have been reported, however, this is a developing story…

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5 Additional Bronx Subway Stations to Get Elevators

Metropolitan Transit Authority announced that an additional 20 subway stations will get elevators under the proposed 2020-2024 Capital Plan with five of them coming to The Bronx. This brings the total now to 11 stations that will get elevators installed, making them ADA accessible during the 2020-2024 cycle. The Bronx is severely behind Manhattan, Brooklyn,…

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A Bronx Soccer Stadium May be Closer to Reality Than We Think; New Renderings Revealed

A massive redevelopment plan is being floated around that would not only bring a world-class soccer stadium to The Bronx but also 3,000 units of housing, a school, community space, as well as office and retail space spread across 4 million square feet. For the past year, Welcome2TheBronx has been hearing a lot of chatter…

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The Bronx is Filming: 2nd Major Film & TV Studio Set to Open Next Month

SOUNDVIEW — And then there were two. When Silvercup Studios opened up in 2016, it was the Bronx’s first movie and television studios in decades since the last production facility of its kind shut down in the 1970s. Before Hollywood became the epicenter of America’s nascent film industry, New York City played a major role…

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