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Bronx House


Bronx House was founded in 1912 as a music school and is now a multi-service, community-based organization serving a variety of populations in the north Bronx. They provide early childhood education, after-school programs, a senior center, day camp, a fitness center, a teen center, and a school for performing arts. Each year, Bronx House serves more than 15,000 people.

New Settlement Apartments

Executive Director: Jack Doyle

1512 Townsend Avenue
Bronx, NY 10452

Ph. 718-716-8000
Fx. 718-294-4085


New Settlement Apartments is a not-for-profit housing and community service organization located in an under-served area of the southwest Bronx. The organization has a 20-year track record of active commitment to neighborhood revitalization and community development, including working towards excellence in community public schools. An integral part of the progressive housing philosophy embraced by New Settlement Apartments is that "housing is not just bricks and mortar." The organization's mission is not only to rebuild and maintain a sizable portion of the housing stock in its neighborhood, but also to support the rebuilding of the neighborhood's social capital. Year-round community services and education programs are structured in direct response to the interests of neighborhood residents, who are primarily low-income Blacks and Latinos, including many new immigrants. Programs serving over 4,700 youth and adults each year are staffed by paid professionals and dedicated volunteers.

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