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Mott Haven

Mott Haven, previously an industrial area, is now a hub for those looking to move to the NYC area. This South Bronx area is bound by East 149th Street to the north, the Bronx Kill waterway to the south and stretches from the Harlem River to the Bruckner Expressway. Nearby neighborhoods include Port Morris, Melrose, Woodstock, Concourse, and Highbridge.

Mott Haven is transforming, welcoming those from all walks of life. This waterfront area is converting older buildings and vacant lots into newly renovated apartments and restaurants.

Mott Haven is recognized for having a true New York feel. Locals include families and young professionals alike while maintaining a strong Hispanic presence. Mott Haven natives love to spend time at local bars and authentic restaurants. There are a wide variety of restaurants to choose from, many with outdoor seating for the summer time.

It is home to the largest park in the South Bronx. Saint Mary’s Park is conveniently located between St. Ann’s Avenue and Jackson Avenue, allowing for easy access to the community. The park offers a space to have fun or just relax within a busy area. Spread across Mott Haven, you can find areas to sit and unwind on patches of greenery.

Plenty of subway lines and bus routes in the area make Mott Haven easy to navigate. There is ample street parking in the neighborhood, so commuting via car is fairly easy.

Culture

  • Mott Haven is rich in history, dating back to the late 1800’s. Take a walk around Bertine Block or Mott Haven Historic District and admire the stunning architecture
  • Enjoy a night at Wallworks or BronxArtSpace, both local art galleries.

Shopping & Strolling

  • The South Bronx Farmer’s Market is open twice a week from June until November. It’s a great place to bring the family to walk around and purchase locally grown food.
  • Check out Gateway Center at the Bronx Terminal Market, a retail mall that just opened filled with everyone’s favorite stores.

Parks

  • Spend a day at Saint Mary’s park where there are recreational areas to play sports, an indoor swimming pool and theater performances to enjoy during the summer months.

Transportation

Subway
  • 138th Street - Grand Concourse
  • Third Avenue - 138th Street
  • Brook Avenue
  • Cypress Avenue
  • East 143rd Street - St. Mary’s Street
  • 149th Street - Grand Concourse
  • Third Avenue - 149th Street
Bus
  • Bx1: to Riverdale
  • Bx2: to Kingsbridge Heights
  • Bx4/Bx4A: to Westchester Square
  • Bx15: to Fordham Plaza or Manhattanville
  • Bx17: to Fordham Plaza
  • Bx19: to Riverbank State Park or Bronx Park
  • Bx21: to Westchester Square- East Tremont Avenue
  • Bx32: to VA Hospital
  • Bx33: to Harlem or Port Morris, Bronx
  • Bx34: to Williamsbridge

Post Offices

  • Mott Haven 517 E 139th Street Bronx, NY 10454
  • Hub 633 Saint Anns Ave Bronx, NY 10455
  • Bronx 558 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY 10451
  • Police Station

    40th Precinct 527 Alexander Avenue Bronx, NY 10454 (718) 402-2270
  • Hospitals

    Lincoln Medical Hospital 234 E 149th Street Bronx, NY 10451 (718) 579-5016

Grocery Stores

  • Grand Stop Grocery 713 E 138th Street Bronx, NY 10467
  • Pioneer Supermarket 250 Willis Avenue Bronx, NY 10454
  • Pioneer Supermarket 256 St. Anns Avenue Bronx, NY 10454
  • Western Beef 301 Morris Avenue Bronx, NY 10451
  • Alawad Abdo Grocery 706 E 138th Street Bronx, NY 10454
  • Gonzalez Grocery 520 Brook Avenue Bronx, NY 10455
  • El Atoradero Bodega 800 E 149th Street Bronx, NY 10455
  • Fine Fare Supermarket 675 Morris Avenue Bronx, NY 10451
  • Irrizary Grocery 694 E 141st Street Bronx, NY 10454
  • C-Town Supermarket 745 Westchester Avenue Bronx, NY 10455
  • Art Galleries

    BronxArtSpace 305 E 140th Street Bronx, NY 10454
  • Wallworks 39 Bruckner Blvd Bronx, NY 10454
  • Parks

    St.Mary's Park Bronx, NY 10455
  • People's Park Bronx, NY 10454