The Bronx has a number of shopping areas to meet your needs without leaving the borough. From spas and beauty salons to fitness centers and outdoor malls, Bronx Shopping is what it’s all about. Happing Shopping!!!
Fordham Road gives you the Outdoor Mall Experience; features a significant number of retail stores from apparel and jewelry to fitness and health. The Fordham Road BID has an up to date business directory for your convenience. In addition to stores you will find restaurants varied in size and cuisine as well as sponsored family friendly events.
Arthur Avenue Retail Market, at 2344 Arthur Avenue, boasts of being a sort of Italian bazaar bringing under one roof a variety of pastry shops, butchers, pasta makers, bread stores, gourmet coffee shops and more. Take a walk throughout Arthur Avenue and you’ll encounter a considerable selection of restaurants sure to give credit to the name “The Bronx’s Little Italy”.
The Gateway Center at Bronx Terminal Market is another one stop spot for your shopping needs located on Exit 4/5 off Major Deegan Expressway
Bay Plaza Shopping Center, (Co-op City) located at 2210 Bartow Avenue in The Bronx, it has a large selection of retails stores including apparel, department stores, supermarket, restaurants and a movie theater.
River Plaza Shopping Center on 50 West 225th Street you will find a fitness center, restaurant, a large discount retailer as well as apparel stores and outside street vendors.
Riverdale Shopping District, from W. 236sth Street and stretching along Riverdale Avenue and surrounding area you will find a variety of restaurants, bakeries as well as fitness centers and other retails shops.
Kingsbridge Shopping Center, boasted by the Kingsbridge BID as the largest shopping district in the Northwest Bronx, is easily accessible via public transportation or driving, this area has a number of eateries, retail stores, sports complex, discount shopping locations, supermarkets, health facilities and more. For a list of merchants visit the Kingsbridge BID website for a directory.
The Hub, referred to as the “retail heart” of the South Bronx can be found where E.149th Street, Willis, Melrose and Third Avenue converge.
White Plains Road Shopping District can be found at Pelham Parkway South and White Plains Road with a large number of retail stores from apparel to furniture, financial institutions and medical centers. With over 100 stores in this area you can be sure to find what you need. The White Plains Road BID website provides information on the stores and events in this area.
Bruckner Boulevard Shopping Center along Story Avenue and White Plains Road you will find another shopping district with a variety of retails stores to meet your shopping whims.
Jerome – East Gunhill Road Shopping District includes a number of small retail stores, pharmacies, medical centers, restaurants as well as other merchants. The Jerome-Gun Hill BID website has more information of the merchants in the area.
Westchester Square is another shopping area easily accessible via public transportation to Westchester Square/Tremont Avenue stop. The Westchester Square BID website has a list of merchants as well as events that take place in the area.
Concourse Plaza Shopping Center located at 220 East 161st street is home to numerous stores and a movie theater.
Parkchester Shopping District covering from the Metropolitan Oval at Union Port Road to the Hugh J. Grant Circle this shopping district includes a Spa, a movie theater, grocery stores, numerous restaurants and many clothing stores.
The Hunts Point Terminal Market, while it is not a retails shopping area it is worth mentioning The Bronx is home of the largest wholesale produce market in the world.
As The Bronx continues to develop shopping, dining and entertainment will increase, if you would like to have your businesses promoted through Bronx-PR email Joyce@Bronx-PR.com. To submit a promotional event to the Bronx Happenings calendar of events please use the event business form.