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Topic: Coop City got worse as original tenants started to run
Posted: May 15 2014 at 8:57pm By True... But
By and large what you observed at the complex was the same thing that occurred in most areas in the boro. Things are certainly not where they should be and by no means does the complex have the diverse tenant base that it should; especially when areas like Bushwick and Greenpoint in Brooklyn are going through a revitalization. However, I can tell you things have improved and hopefully with the development happening in this area and others in the bronx that improvement will continue. The recent refinance through Wells Fargo backed by HUD is another reason things will be a bit better - due to the fact they must adhere to a schedule of capital improvements and the complex is under stricter monitoring. Unfortunately the world has changed since the kinder times you recall. There are still lots of good residents here and prospective ones who are looking to move here once things get a little better. I'm sorry you can't get "your" coop city back and it sucks that there are lots of jerks who do mess things up for the complex as a whole but just like Bushwick, Greenpoint, Fort Greene, Long Island City they (developers, people looking for affordable housing, young professionals, working people and artists) are coming for the Bronx and you will see things change again. The ebb and flow of the urban landscape. You can never go home but, you can hold on to your good memories :)






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