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Bronx block 2384, lot 48

Information about this lot

Address: 433 EAST 162 STREET, Bronx, 10451
Area: 0.08 acres (3501 square feet)
Block and Lot: Bronx, block 2384, lot 48
More information about this lot at OASIS

Political Boundaries

City Council District 17 represented by Rafael Salamanca
Community District Bronx 3 ( Brxcomm3@optonline.net / 718-378-8054 ), district manager: John Dudley
Find all elected officials for this lot at Who Represents Me? NYC

Why is this lot here?

We think this lot is vacant because:

  • In MapPLUTO the city lists this lot's landuse as vacant.
  • In MapPLUTO the city lists this lot's building class as vacant.

Government Agency

New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (public)
Contact: Ted Weinstein (212-863-6279)

Housing Preservation and Development is not granting interim licenses now. The only way to have the community access this lot is by getting it transferred to another agency. Look below for Pathways that will guide you.

You can call Mr. Weinstein at the number listed above and find out if there are any plans for this lot. He's the Director of Planning for HPD in the Bronx. It's best to call him on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Urban Renewal

This lot is part of the Melrose Commons urban renewal plan.

News feed

June 22, 2015, 11:24 a.m.
Mary @ 596 Acres said

I visited the lovely Parks Committee of Bronx Community Board 3 last Wednesday evening to share info about 596 Acres work, our publication A New York City Advocate's Guide to Land Access (http://www.596acres.org/news/2014/05/06/introducing-a-new-york-city-advocates-guide-to-community-land-access/), and a district-specific map (http://www.596acres.org/en/about/596-acres-archive/). I learned that if a group of neighbors is interested in creating a campaign to get access to a space and wants the support of the board, they should call the office and be connected with the folks on the Parks Committee. The committee alone believes they would have the power to write a letter of support - they would just need to check in with the City themselves and think about how realistic and imminent development is. Overall, this committee seemed frustrated with the lack of transparency from the City when it comes to how they plan to use public land and would love to see more community open space.