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Film and TV Industry Is Giving the Bronx More Screen Time - NYTimes.com

Film and TV Industry Is Giving the Bronx More Screen Time

The Bronx, long overlooked in favor of Manhattan, has become the latest frontier for the growing presence of the film and television business in New York City.

Gallery of Pueblo Serena Church / Moneo Brock Studio - 23

Gallery of Pueblo Serena Church / Moneo Brock Studio - 16

in the city of monterrey, mexico, architectural design firm moneo brock has constructed an almost polygonal church that arches into the sky.

DNAInfo.com: :The New York studio that helped put together "The Amazing Spider-Man 2", the recent "Godzilla" remake and "This Is Where I Leave You" expects to have a new facility up and running in The Bronx by next summer.  York Studios is working on installing a roughly 300,000-square-foot building in Soundview consisting of eight studios that could be used for movies, television, commercials and music videos, according to Executive Vice President of Production John Battista." #TheBronx

York Studios proposed site along the Bronx River in Soundview.

Triangular apartment house in the East Bronx neighborhood of Bronxwood/Allerton, which is to the North of Morris Park.  Aside from its striking shape, this building at the intersection of Williamsridge Road and Allerton Avenue boasts beautiful brickwork. But like so many others throughout New York City, an aray of cellular antennas installed on the roof has the effect of a crown of thorns.

Triangular apartment house in the East Bronx neighborhood of Bronxwood/Allerton, which is to the North of Morris Park. Aside from its striking shape, this building at the intersection of Williamsridge.

An old-timey four-color linen texture 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 in commercial postcard (circa 1930-1945) of the Crosstown Diner in Schuylerville that was designed and printed by Stan-Mar Photographers in The Bronx (top). The photograph is from the Crosstown Diner website (bottom). I don’t know about you, but I like the “Then” much better than the “Now.”

An old-timey four-color linen texture 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 in commercial postcard (circa 1930-1945) of the Crosstown Diner in Schuylerville that was designed and printed by Stan-Mar Photographers in The Bronx (top). The photograph is from the Crosstown Diner website (bottom). I don’t know about you, but I like the “Then” much better than the “Now.”

A waterfront residential complex along the Harlem River is being proposed for a parcel of land in University Heights (AKA ‘Fordham Landing”) adjacent to the Major Deegan Expressway in The Bronx. Real estate brokerage Massey Knakal , is shopping the site to potential developers for $30 million, New York Daily News reports. #The Bronx #WaterfrontDevelopment

A waterfront residential complex along the Harlem River is being proposed for a parcel of land in University Heights (AKA ‘Fordham Landing") adjacent to the Major Deegan Expressway in The Bronx.

Row houses on Vyse Avenue and E. 180th Street in the West Farms section of The Bronx. Before the Russian Revolution, Leon Trotsky and his family lived on Vyse Avenue and E 172nd Street.

Row houses on Vyse Avenue and E. Street in the West Farms section of The Bronx. Before the Russian Revolution, Leon Trotsky and his family lived on Vyse Avenue and E Street.

Morris Park is featured in The Wall Street Journal: "Morris Park in the central Bronx has for decades been a middle-class, Italian-American community where residents say they value close ties to their neighbors." Local businesses mentioned in the article: La Casa del Caffe; Scaglione Brothers' Bakery & Deli; Morris Park Meat Market; Enzo's Restaurant; Patricia's; PBQ Smokehouse BBQ; 900 Park; and Van Nest Lanes. on.wsj.com/1gw3Plo

No More Off to Races, Which Suits Morris Park

Morris Park in the central Bronx has for decades been a middle-class, Italian-American community where residents say they value close ties to their neighbors.

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