The Bronx is turning

Jerome Avenue, the roughly 7-mile thoroughfare running from the south end to the north end of the Bronx, has long been home to a lengthy stretch of auto shops and other low-scale commercial buildings. But if a recently passed rezoning takes off, it could soon become better known for a slew of residential high-rise projects. The City Council unanimously passed the Jerome Avenue rezoning in late March, paving the way for a major overhaul to […]

from The Real Deal New York