Description1833-39 Westchester Avenue
Bronx, NY 10472Three-Story Multi-Purpose Corner Property in Southeast Bronx, NYProperty
This is a three-story mixed-use corner property located at Theriot Avenue and Westchester Avenue in the neighborhood of Parkchester. The property includes eight residential units and six non-residential units.
Convenience is what makes this area of Parkchester a very attractive place for tenants and business owners alike. Businesses within a one block radius include a variety of restaurants, bars, cafes, flower shops, steakhouses, bakeries, clothing outfitters, and salons.
Parkchester is filled with mom and pop shops, small retail, and a rich variety of multi-cultural establishments. It is also home to the American Beauty School, Castle Hill Middle School, St. Raymond Elementary School, and the new St. Raymond Academy for Girls.Demographics
●Population of approximately 820; predominately Spanish-speaking
●69% are under 44 years of age
●56% of residents rent within this area.Location
The property is located at the cross-streets of Westchester Avenue and Thieriot Avenue, at 1833-39 Westchester Avenue facing south onto Westchester Avenue; the longest street in Bronx Community Board 9. Westchester Avenue meets I-95 to the east and I-895 to the west and I-278 runs parallel to Westchester Avenue to the south. The property is situated two blocks west of White Plains Road, Cross Bronx Service Road, and the I-95 expressway, which can all be accessed by Westchester Avenue. Public Transit
The property is located three and a half blocks northeast of the St. Lawrence Avenue (6) subway station, which provides service from Pelham Bay Park in northeast Bronx all the way to City Hall in Manhattan. The bus stop for routes BX04 and BX04A is less than a block away on Westchester Avenue and Thieriot Avenue.Bronx Community District 9
The neighborhood of Parkchester is part of Bronx Community District 9 which is bordered by the Bronx River to the southwest, Sheridan expressway to the northwest, East Tremont Avenue to the north, Westchester Creek to the southeast, and the East River to the south. Neighborhoods also included in this district are Soundview, Castle Hill, and Union Port.Demographics
●Population is 167,859
●Ethnicity breakdown: Hispanic (55%) and African American (33%).
●63% of the population is under 40
●54% percent are female
●80% rent versus own
●Median household income is $28,300
●76% of residents have lived in the neighborhood between 25 and 64 years.
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