575 Exterior Street, Bronx, NY 10451
Building: S9 Architecture, Open space: Marvel Architects and Abel Bainnson Butz
Bronx Point represents a transformative mixed-use development of approximately 530,000 SF that will bring affordable housing, educational community facilities, dynamic retail uses, and engaging new open space along the Harlem River waterfront in the South Bronx. It includes 542 units of permanently affordable housing, educational spaces for youth operated by BronxWorks and CityScience, and retail opportunities. The Universal Hip Hop Museum will be a new cultural destination that celebrates the global Hip Hop culture.
Surrounding the building are exciting high-quality open spaces for the community, including a new playground adjacent to the existing Mill Pond Park, an esplanade along the Harlem River shoreline with a landscaped public walkway and seating areas, and a plaza on Exterior Street extending along a newly activated streetscape. Bronx Point advances the City and community’s long-standing goal of increasing parkland in the South Bronx while catalyzing the rebirth of the borough’s burgeoning Harlem River waterfront.
Bronx Point was designed with cultural amenities that will make it a new center for the community.Read More
The development is recognized by the NYC Public Design Commission because of its community-focused design.Read More
The pop-up exhibition is a preview of what will eventually be included in the UHHM's permanent home at L+M's Bronx Point development.Read More
The UHHM, which will make its future home at Bronx Point, will host a live broadcast with artists from more than 25 countries next week.Read More
The UHHM, which will make its future home at Bronx Point, will host a live broadcast with artists from more than 25 countries including hip-hop legends Chuck D, KRS-ONE, Rakim, Kurtis Blow, Roxanne Shanté and more.Read More
L+M’s Bronx Point development ranks in the top ten list.Read More
The museum will occupy 50,000 SF of L+M’s Bronx Point development.Read More
L+M's Bronx Point development located on the Harlem River waterfront will be home to the museum.Read More
L+M’s E. 162nd St. residential building is currently leasing to residents and Bronx Point is expected to break ground this year.Read More
Bronx Point, the 1000-unit affordable housing project, will also be home to the new Universal Hip Hop Museum.Read More
After four years of searching, the Universal Hip-hop Museum finds a home at L+M's latest project in the South Bronx.Read More
L+M was tapped by the city to construct a 1,000-unit complex called Bronx Point which will also include a movie theater, food hall and public open spaces.Read More