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The authentic Italian culture found in the vibrant community of Bronx Little Italy sustains a thriving business district that includes world-class restaurants, high-quality artisanal food shops, and specialty stores carrying handmade local and imported items that you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.

Charming old-world ambiance emanates from the generations of Italian families who continue to give the area a welcoming small-town character that is unique for an urban setting.

Visit one of the 300 businesses along Fordham Road – from small sneaker shops to global chains.

The Jerome Gun Hill BID is a vibrant retail commercial district located in Norwood, and serves one of the most ethnically diverse populations in the city. 

The BID features 230 businesses that range in size from small retail shops to local and national food and retail chains and banks on Jerome Avenue (between Mosholu Parkway and East 212th Street) and East Gun Hill Road (between Jerome and Webster Avenues). 

The authentic Italian culture found in the vibrant community of Bronx Little Italy sustains a thriving business district that includes world-class restaurants, high-quality artisanal food shops, and specialty stores carrying handmade local and imported items that you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.

Charming old-world ambiance emanates from the generations of Italian families who continue to give the area a welcoming small-town character that is unique for an urban setting.

Come visit the largest shopping district in the northwest Bronx (located along Broadway and W. 231st Street) to find out why Kingsbridge’s 200 merchants make this a truly neighborhood shopping district.

The Third Avenue shopping district is the most trafficked shopping district in the Bronx, with more than 200,000 visitors daily.

It is also the oldest shopping district in the Bronx and has been a shopping destination for local Bronx residents since the early 1900s.

It is a hub to more than 200 businesses, both small mom and pop shops, as well as large retail stores such as Burlington and Marshalls.

Westchester Square, the gateway to the Northeast Bronx, is home to more than 200 stores and more than 350 years of history.

The White Plains Road shopping district is home to a rich abundance of business establishments, including clothing and jewelry boutiques, restaurants, salons, florists and food shops–all with an emphasis on old-fashioned service.

The broad variety of merchandise and really low prices attract customers from throughout the city and suburbs.

 

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The northernmost borough is the birthplace of hip-hop and home to the New York Yankees.

Families can greet the animals of the world-famous Bronx Zoo or gaze at the plants of the lush New York Botanical Garden.

A stroll on Arthur Avenue, the Bronx’s Little Italy, offers culinary treats; Grand Concourse, in the South Bronx, serves up art deco marvels.