South Bronx

3rd Ave & 138th St

Run For Your Lives!

This is not a post about Mayor Adams’ anti-crime initiatives. On Sunday 50,000 athletes of all backgrounds and abilities from around the world will compete in the 51st annual New York City Marathon. It will run at full capacity again after last year’s half sized roster and 2020’s cancelation. Mile 20 of the 26.2 mile course will bring them through the South Bronx, which is more mileage than Staten Island gets. Long time contestants have surely noticed the changes in the local landscape.

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New Mott Haven Developments

A New Transformation Where It All Began

Bronck’s land changed hands a few times before being sold to the Morris family in 1670. Jordan Mott purchased it in 1828 and built an ironworks and a canal, which gave Mott Haven its name and launched The Bronx as the industrial center it remains today. Almost two centuries later, another transformation is bringing thousands of luxury apartments to the site of Jonas Bronck’s original farmhouse.

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