The Bronx has undergone a great transformation over the years. From being known a the borough that was once burning it is now burning hot, and the best is yet to come. The Bronx continues to be a place as rich in cultural diversity as it is in landscape. Home of three of the largest parks in New York City (Pelham Bay Park, Van Cortlandt Park & Bronx Park) you can enjoy the greenery walking through a local park or canoeing in The Bronx River.
In The Bronx you can enjoy the food and many of the events that take place at Arthur Avenue’s Little Italy or pay a visit to the New York Botanical Garden and step back into the 17th century for a stroll through the remnants of the original forrest that one covered this borough. Educational institutions, museums and performing arts theaters, The Bronx has something for everyone and as it continues to grow and develop economically the good will continue to overshadow the bad. Ne Cede Malis, a motto this borough will proudly continue to live up to as it keeps moving forward into the 21st century.