Living in the Longwood neighborhood of Bronx


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Longwood Apartments

Longwood refers to the residential neighborhood just north of Hunts Point. Although this community has had a rough history, it is among the most affordable locations to rent in the City.

 

In the past decade, the South Bronx began to see some turnaround, with plenty of new construction sharing blocks with the older, more elegant buildings. Nonetheless, with its abundance of 5- and 6-story pre-wars, you're bound to find some NY apartments that fit the wallet. And with the selection of Longwood apartments available in new buildings, there's often an option for an affordable rental without all the leaks and creaks.

 

Living In Longwood

If some blocks seem bleak and identical, then the Longwood Historic District might spruce up your apartment search. Within only a few short blocks, you can find some of the borough's most beautiful rowhouses. These wonderful Romanesque and Renaissance Revival townhouses throw a splash of color at the South Bronx. Located near Beck Street and Longwood Avenue, this pocket of town is an interesting see.

 

Snagged an apartment near the historic district? Then you're close to Rainey Park, with almost eight acres of open fields. This park was created as an effort to revive the neighborhood almost thirty years ago, by landscaping over what had become vacant lots. 

 

Everything Around The Neighborhood

Longwood's northeastern corner has one of the busiest intersections for pedestrians and vehicles in the area. When Westchester Avenue meets Southern Boulevard the elevated subway shifts directions, and a crossroads is born. Here, there are several local shops, markets, discount stores, pharmacies, and eateries, making it similar to an outdoor mall.

 

Prefer to take the subway? You're in luck--Longwood is home to six separate subway stations, running the numbers 2, 4, and 5 trains. And the neighborhood's narrow shape makes for a quick walk to the subway in those early mornings. As much of the new architecture seems to show, this part of the Bronx is surely seeing an upswing. And if you're in the market for a subway-accessible, low-rent apartment, you might find it helpful to check out any available Longwood apartments.


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