"Nice Simple Basic Bronx Street"
Bainbridge Avenue basically runs from the 205th St D stop past the Woodlawn Cemetary where it merges with Jerome Avenue. I spent a lot of time walking along Bainbridge when the Moshulu Parkway 4 stop was closed and I had to take the D to Montefiore. It's basically a nice simple street. It's two ways with a few buses. It has a few convenience stores and a few multi-story apartment buildings. So it's basically a mix of residential and commercial. Bainbridge is also where Montefiore has it's outpatient medical center. Around the hospital on Bainbridge it is mostly Montefiore related offices or buildings. Woodlawn is exactly what you expect from a cemetery, nice but sad. All in all Bainbridge is a nice and safe street.
"Here for not the most happy circumstances but the maintenance was spectacular"
I drove on Bainbridge Avenue to pay my respects at Woodlake Cemetary. A friend passed away and requested to be buried at this location. I had no idea tha tthis plot was soo huge. I think that there was some very distict feeling that they were going for when you walk through this sacred ground. Through the grief I appreciated the maintenance that was up kept. I had no idea that a cemetary could be so large in size and yet each plot and space was very specificly maintained.
The homes on Bainbridge were nice, there were quite a few apartments that lined the outskirts of these grounds. I did not have a chance to really go back down this road because it reminded me of my friend and I really didn't want to bear the pain of seeing the place where she was lain to rest.