Throgs Necks rests on the southeastern tip of the Bronx and is most notable for connecting the Bronx to Queens and Long Island via its 2000-foot long bridge.
Fortunately for Throgs Neck, it managed to avoid many of the social problems that befell many of its surrounding Bronx neighborhoods during the 1980s and 1990s. As a result, real estate in the area has remained strong and it has also been a popular spot for developers over the years.. learn more about this neighborhood
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