The Bronx, New York is a vibrant and diverse borough with a range of projects currently underway. From the comprehensive planning process of Southern Boulevard to the Edenwald Houses housing project, there are plenty of initiatives to explore. The Ader Group is also developing 474 apartments off the Sheridan Highway on Whitlock Avenue, while other structures in the Mott Haven neighborhood are being shared with mice and other critters. The Sheridan—Hunts Point Land Use highway is a comprehensive planning process that will implement the land use vision of the area.
This project is expected to reduce air pollution caused by heavy truck traffic entering and leaving the busy Hunts Point wholesale produce market. Edenwald Houses is a housing project in the Eastchester and Laconia neighborhoods of the Bronx, established on October 30, 1953. It consists of forty 3- and 14-storey buildings with 2,039 apartment units, covering a 48.88-acre complex and bordering Grenada Place, East 225th Street, Baychester Avenue, Schieffelin Avenue, and Laconia Avenues. Owned and managed by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), it is the largest development in the Bronx. At present, there are approximately 5,000 affordable apartments in various stages of development in the Bronx. The Ader Group's project off Whitlock Avenue will bring 474 apartments to the South Bronx spread over two 14-story buildings.
Unfortunately, these tenants have had to share their living spaces with mice and other critters. In addition to these projects, luxurious homes inhabited by wealthy people can be found in the Bronx alongside aesthetically problematic projects and dangerous gang wars that endanger lives.