Pelham Bay

Pelham Bay is an affluent, upper middle class, and somewhat wealthy residential neighborhood in the borough of the Bronx, in New York City.
It is named for Pelham Bay Park, New York City’s largest park which lies on the neighborhood’s northeastern border. Most of the neighborhood is
land that was purchased by Thomas Pell in 1654, part of an original grant to the Dutch West India Company. Despite the name, the area that is now the
Pelham Bay neighborhood was not part of the historical Town of Pelham, which consisted of the modern-day town of Pelham inWestchester County as well as
Pelham Bay Park and City Island in the Bronx. The latter two areas were annexed by the City of New York in 1895. Pelham Bay is part of Bronx Community Board 10,
which also covers Throggs Neck and Co-op City. Pelham Bay is home to a large Italian and Hispanic population. AlongsideRiverdale and Country Club,
Pelham Bay is one of the top and safest neighborhoods in the Bronx. It was ranked as the best neighborhood for kids in the Bronx and top 10 neighborhoods
in the whole New York City.


  • Bx5: to Simpson Street station (2 5 trains) (via Crosby Avenue / Bruckner Boulevard / Story Avenue)
  • Bx8: to Williamsbridge or Locust Point (via Westchester Avenue / Williamsbridge Road)
  • Bx12: to University Heights
  • Bx12 Select Bus Service: to Bay Plaza Shopping Center or Inwood – 207th Street station (A train) (via Fordham Road – Pelham Parkway)
  • Bx23: to Co-op City
  • Bx24: to Country Club
  • Bx29: to City Island or Bay Plaza Shopping Center (via City Island Avenue)
  • Q50: to Co-op City or Flushing – Main Street station (7 <7> trains) (via Bronx–Whitestone Bridge)
  • Bee-Line 45: to Eastchester
  • Middletown Road station (6 <6> trains)
  • Buhre Avenue station (6 <6> trains)
  • Pelham Bay Park station (6 <6> trains)
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