Renderings Revealed and Ground Broken for 985 Bruckner Boulevard, Woodstock, the Bronx

985 Bruckner Boulevard, rendering by Think!985 Bruckner Boulevard, rendering by Think!

Groundbreaking has just occurred for a ten-story affordable housing building at 985 Bruckner Boulevard in Woodstock, the Bronx. The site is one block away from the Hunts Point Avenue Subway Station, serviced by the 6 train, and eight blocks away from the Intervale Avenue Subway Station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. Rainey Park is also nearby, with three baseball fields. The NYC-based non-profit Community Access is responsible for the development.

985 Bruckner Boulevard community access, rendering by Think!

985 Bruckner Boulevard community access, rendering by Think!

The 106-foot tall structure yields 170,000 square feet, with 68,000 square feet registered for residential use, and 70,360 square feet dedicated to a community facility. The site comes with storage for 56 bicycles, a laundry room, tenant recreational space on the first, second, fourth, sixth, eighth, ninth, and tenths floor, fitness center, multi-purpose rooms, program offices, dining room, mail center, children recreation room. 215 residential units are created, with a dedication to affordable housing to families and supportive housing for people with mental disabilities.

Think! Architecture & Design is responsible for the design. The modernist masonry façade is broken up into several components, with a distinctive yellow framing at the lobby. Tenants will be able to enjoy double-height shared community spaces intended to foster a communal environment.

985 Bruckner Boulevard, via Google Maps

985 Bruckner Boulevard, via Google Maps

Completion is expected by the end of 2019.

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11 Comments on "Renderings Revealed and Ground Broken for 985 Bruckner Boulevard, Woodstock, the Bronx"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: This is an ideal design by cool colors, color cool the most is yellow.

  2. This neighborhood isn’t Woodstock. This is Hunts Point.

  3. located on heavily truck trafficked brucker blvd, especially with trucks on way to hunts point market.

    • Modern soundproofing can alleviate the noise but not the vibrations.

      • Yup. I was recently inside one of these new Bronx affordable housing buildings right along the subway line and I didn’t even notice the elevated subway sound which was literally just outside the window. You can hear it if you stand by the window but it isn’t loud, just occasional background noise. Didn’t notice any vibration whatsoever.

  4. This building will be 400 ft to the entrance of the [express] 6 train at Hunts Point Ave, 2,175 ft from the 2 and 5 train at Simpson St, and a little over 600 ft from the coming Metro North Station at Hunts Point Ave. The SBS Bx6/Bx6, Bx5, and Bx19 all stop around the corner.

    That’s a lot of transit within a very short walk.

  5. They have definitely improved that traffic area. It used to take more than 30 minutes to cross it on 163rd street. And it was a ticket trap for years getting caught in the intersection.

    • It was because they banned eastbound/left turns from southbound Southern Blvd to E 163rd St. All vehicles trying to reach the Bruckner or Hunts Point need to use Baretto St now. Also less volume on E 163rd Street in general due to the bus lane.

  6. Hello how can I apply for this building?

  7. I have been trying to find out for so long now. I checked housing connect and no luck.

  8. John L. Cavanaugh | September 12, 2019 at 2:15 pm | Reply

    I walked by the developement and spoke to a member of the general contractor. He advised me that completion is projected for January with all approvals including cert of occupancy. Any advice which you can give me about the application would be immensely appreciated. Thank you in advsnce.

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