DescriptionBruckner Plaza Shopping Center
Bruckner Plaza Shopping Center is a rare and extraordinary retail opportunity. Retailers at Bruckner Plaza have the distinct advantage of serving a growing, high-density, middle-income population that’s hard to match. In addition, Bruckner Plaza is the center of this community’s shopping—shopper loyalty is strong and well established.
Bruckner Plaza Neighborhood Demographics
Population Households Income
1-Mile: 78,522 26,751 $44,946.00
3-Mile: 586,123 202,039 $46,185.00
5-Mile: 2,261,379 795,452 $47,700.00
In the heart of it all, surrounded by several condominium developments, high-rise apartments and single/double family homes, Bruckner Plaza draws a high volume of daily shoppers. Just half a mile away is Parkchester, a 129-acre condominium development—the largest in the nation, and several new high-rise condominium apartments are a few blocks south. Two blocks away is Soundview Park, a very popular recreational destination revered for its sports fields, fishing, and gorgeous views across Hunts Point to Manhattan. The combination of Bruckner Plaza’s location and the makeup of its current retail stores make it an ideal destination for shoppers. Home to several very popular national chains including McDonalds, Food Bazaar, Subway, Dunkin Donuts, Baskin Robbins, Rent-A-Center, and R&S Strauss, Ridgewood Savings Bank, Metro PCS, City and Suburban Federal Savings Bank; retailers have the added benefit of being next to several top national chains who have already recognized the potential and made long-term commitments.
Bruckner Plaza Shopping Center contains 17 units, which range in size from 780 to 30,000 sq feet. Bruckner Plaza also has frontage on three main streets, Bruckner Boulevard, Story Avenue and Morrison Avenue and is easily accessed via four entrances and three exits. The parking lot is very well lit and has ample parking with 325 spaces. In addition, both the parking lot and sidewalks were recently resurfaced.
The South Bronx is well-known for its redevelopment and reinvigoration. The area continues to see population growth, due in part to its affordable housing, job growth and to its easy access for commuters to Manhattan and Westchester County. In addition, the South Bronx has been the focus of revitalization efforts through the South Bronx Initiative, headed by the Office of Economic Development and Rebuilding in partnership with grassroots efforts and community stakeholders.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a successful, highly-regarded community shopping center. There are currently two units available and they won’t last long. Call today.