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No Pets Allowed, Oversized Windows, High Ceiling, Hardwood Floor, No Laundry Room, Near Park, Near Subway(s), Heat and Hot Water Not Included - Near the 6 Trains at 2 Stations
- Views of Manhattan
- 2 Blocks to Pulaski Park
- 3 Blocks to Laundromat
- 5 Blocks to Supermarket
This warehouse district is slowly beinig transformed from industrial to more residential. Here's some news about Bruckner from a recent newspaper article:
The first enterprises to settle in the neighborhood during the late 1980s were adventurous antique dealers driven out of Manhattan by high rents. They were followed by a steady stream of artists yearning for big places in which they could both live and create. When the city re-zoned the area for mixed use five years ago, even more businesses were able to enter this burgeoning SoHo of the South Bronx.
"Manhattan is priced out; so is Williamsburg, Brooklyn," a local real estate expert says. "Artists and people who work in midtown and uptown still want someplace close."