The few areas in Throggs Neck and Pelham Bay that were not included in the previous downzonings are still targets for large density development. It appears that one of these areas has caught the attention of local builders.
Bruckner Boulevard, between Middletown Road and Roberts Avenue, is about to be redeveloped, as a third house is set to be razed, leaving only four out of the original seven still standing. One parcel sits on the southern end and the other to the north, sandwiched between two large corner apartment buildings. Area leaders are expecting the announcement of either rental apartments or condos for the sites, but so far the developers
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