Best neighborhoods in The Bronx
Ranked 1st best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Grate place to live"- Evucetaj
Grate place to live quiet safe plenty of parking good neighbors easy access to all highways
Ranked 2nd best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Pretty houses and nice Italian restaurants"- NYCinvest
Schuylerville has one of the most expensive houses in the Bronx after Riverdale. But living there is worth it. Quiet, safe, nice schools, parks, old but pretty homes, highway access and not too far fr...
Ranked 3rd best neighborhood in The Bronx
"The Nicest Neighborhood in the Bronx"- ShannonLGilstad
This is a short bus or car ride from where I live, Bedford Park, and you can actually see some of the taller buildings in the distance, but what a different. This is a complete 180 from the bustle and...
Ranked 4th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Galway in the Bronx"- ShannonLGilstad
First, nobody calls this area "Woodlawn Heights", which is just a real estate tactic; it's simply known as Woodlawn, and this sometimes includes the area on the other side of the Bronx border in Yonke...
Ranked 5th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Stunning River Vistas and Verdant Parks"- uptowngirl
The neighborhood of Riverdale which is located at the northernmost tip of the Bronx is a community which has a suburban feel though it is located within close proximity to Manhattan. The boundaries of...
Ranked 6th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"A Truly Working-Class Oasis"- ShannonLGilstad
I have lived here on and off since for 11 years and spent even more time before that. The neighborhood has changed slightly, but it is still one of the better areas in the Bronx. It has large 6-story...
Ranked 7th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Recommended for Families, Retirees"- GrandStGlitter
This is one of those rare Bronx neighborhoods that I would actually consider moving to – that is, if I was starting a family or looking for some reason to retire from my youthful partying days. The o...
Ranked 8th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Quiet, urban-style Bronx neighborhood"- GrandStGlitter
This neighborhood is a relatively peaceful one – it’s not the type of place that a twenty-something seeking a bar and nightlife sort of neighborhood would be happy, however. It’s more ideal for famil...
Ranked 9th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Hasn't been much going on here, upkeep questionable"- GrandStGlitter
There is a park her that has been closed for a few years, as the city went to work building the new Yankees Stadium across from the old one. Obviously, the Macombs Dam Park borders on the baseball sta...
Ranked 10th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Decent area minus the Projects"- NYCinvest
Projects and more projects. Though the area away the projects are decent
Ranked 11th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Poorer Residential Area"- GrandStGlitter
This neighborhood isn’t exactly a spot for prime real estate, and it’s South Bronx location makes it unlike to be a candidate for prime real estate any time soon. This is a low income sort of neighbor...
Ranked 12th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Quality Living in the Bronx"- GrandStGlitter
As you near this neighborhood you are also about to leave the city – it’s pretty far from the nightlife and the action on Wall Street. It’s a suitable enough seeming neighborhood, though, for those wh...
Ranked 13th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Culturally diverse Kingsbridge -- it ain't that bad!"- daveg
Kingsbridge is a great, culturally diverse neighborhood that really, in my opinion, gets a bad rap. Some of the homes in Kingsbridge in of itself are very beautiful and I personally believe the browns...
Ranked 14th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Suburbia in the Bronx"- GrandStGlitter
This neighborhood is a distance away from any train stations (though there are a couple of bus lines available for residents without cars), but it may be worth it for New Yorkers who like their city w...
Ranked 15th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Supposedly the new Williamsburg..."- orochi
Before the housing market tanked, the Bronx was the next area which developers had in there sights. At the corner of Nelson and 168th street you can see evidence of this; a brand new condo. This neigh...
Ranked 16th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Long Way from Manhattan"- GrandStGlitter
This neighborhood is barely even in the city, if that tells you anything about the kind of commute a business person would have to make into downtown or even midtown. A tourist may not be especially...
Ranked 17th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Okay Neighborhood for the South Bronx"- GrandStGlitter
This is actually a part of the Riverdale neighborhood – named after the Spuyten Dyuvil Creek that runs through this section of the neighborhood. There is a park here and a bridge that connects direct...
Ranked 18th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Okay area, not much to do"- GrandStGlitter
This Bronx neighborhood (which borders on the Bronx Park, home of the Bronx Zoo and New York Botanical Garden) is home to plenty of high rise apartment buildings, as well as numerous attached homes....
Ranked 19th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Homey, working class area"- GrandStGlitter
Baychester looks like the neighborhood your grandmother lives in: lined with old trees and old fashioned electrical poles (made from wood rather than cement), and two story houses with window dressing...
Ranked 20th best neighborhood in The Bronx
"Suburbia in the Big City"- GrandStGlitter
This is one of the many Bronx neighborhoods that resemble suburbia so well. I imagine this sort of neighborhood is appealing to anyone who wants to stay in the city but at the same time sort of avoid...