Middletown - Pelham Bay Apartments for Rent
About Middletown - Pelham Bay Neighborhood
Pelham Bay derives its name from the park that makes up its northeastern border. Pelham Bay Park, the city's largest park, itself contains what was once Pelham Bay. Country Club, Spencer Estates, and Throgs Neck, more upscale waterfront communities, are considered by many residents to be parts of Pelham Bay, but Pelham Bay proper is solidly working and middle-class. Surrounded by I-95 on the east and south, and the Hutchinson River Parkway to the west, Pelham Bay is a longtime Italian American neighborhood with a notably smaller population of Greek, Jewish, and Irish descent. More recently, the area has experienced the arrival of a sizable Hispanic population, particularly Puerto Ricans. While there are more recently constructed homes, the area is predominantly made up of early 20th-century brick and wood-frame houses. Civic engagement is plentiful in the area, with banners and lights adorning buildings during the holidays. It’s no wonder the area is considered one of the best places to live in the city.
Average Rental Prices in Middletown - Pelham Bay
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These trains run through Middletown - Pelham Bay. In addition, city buses are also available in this area.
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Crime Rate in Middletown - Pelham Bay
P.S. 097 Bronx
P.S. 108 Philip J. Abinanti
P.S. 160 Walt Disney
P.S. 071 Rose E. Scala
Harry S. Truman High School
Herbert H. Lehman High School
I.S. 180 Daniel Hale Williams
J.H.S. 144 Michelangelo
Urban Institute Of Mathematics
Mott Hall Community School