1675 Westchester Avenue

1675 Westchester Avenue Bronx, NY 10452

1675 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10452
1675 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10452
Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Dec 31, 2021


  • 12-story, approximately 254,000 square foot multifamily apartment building located in the Soundview neighborhood of the Bronx including 248 residential units
  • Approximately 13,500 SF of retail space and 5,000 SF of community facility located on the ground floor. Phipps has partnered with the Acacia Networks, who acquired the building in late 2014
  • Phipps joined Acacia to develop the site in May 2016. The development is designed for Passive House certification. The community facility space is intended to be occupied by Phipps partner on the project, the Acacia Network, Phipps Neighborhoods, or a neighborhood-based not-for-profit to operate social service programs for the local community
  • Between Manor and Stratford Avenues Between Metcalf & Fteley Avenues

    Asking Rent:

    Upon Request



    Neighboring Tenants:

  • CVS
  • Fine Fare Supermarkets
  • USPS
  • Santander Bank
  • Dominos
  • Size:

  • Space A
  • 2,174 SF
  • Space B
  • 3,552 SF
  • Space C
  • 6,117 SF
  • Frontage:

  • Space A
  • 66'
  • Space B
  • 56'
  • Space C
  • 73'
  • Ceiling Height:

  • 12'

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