VIDEO: Renderings Show How New Mott Haven Riverfront Condo Towers Will Change the South Bronx Skyline

Like it or not, the real-estate rebranding of Bronx neighborhoods Mott Haven, Melrose and Port Morris into South Bronx is well under way, with numerous planned upscale and mid-ranged developments headed to the area soon.

In this video from real-estate website City Realty, see how some of the first new condo towers will change the skyline along the Harlem River.

Building plans for Chetrit Group and Somerset Parners' South Bronx development were finally approved earlier this summer, paving the way for the first three buildings of a 6-tower, mixed use master plan on the banks of the Harlem River. The approved plans for the first three towers, addressed at 2401 Third Avenue, will rise just to the northwest of the Third Avenue Bridge on a 60,902 square foot (1.5 acre) parcel nestled between pre-war manufacturing buildings, and the river. The additional three towers will be located on a site just east of the bridge.

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