Neighborhoods

Coops and Condos populate this convenient section of Riverdale. Close to shopping, houses of worship, parks and transportation, Central Riverdale is the hub of Riverdale.

Fieldston is a private community with 257 homes and estates on a 140 acre tract.

Quaint two-family houses grace this tree-lined area making Kingsbridge a desirable place to live.

The neighborhood which makes up the northernmost part of the Borough of Manhattan in NYC. Although it is politically part of Manhattan, because of the re-routing of the Harlem River it is located on the mainland contiguous to the Bronx, not on Manhattan Island.

Charming single family homes dominate the majority of North Riverdale.

Located in the northeastern section of the Bronx near Pelham Bay Park, the largest public park in New York City.

Overlooking the entry of the Harlem River in the Hudson, many cooperative buildings in this lovely neighborhood have tremendous views of the Hudson and/or Harlem Rivers.

Convenient transportation and affordable cooperative housing and some single family homes make Van Cortlandt Village a desirable area to many.

This Riverdale Historic District calls attention to the outbuildings and carriage houses of the old grand estates.

Turn-of-the-century mansions, right over the Riverdale border - the former alongside the Hudson River