a Great Place to Shop, a Great Place to Live!

The Shopping District is home to a rich abundance of business establishments, including clothing and jewelry boutiques, restaurants, salons, florists and food shopsall with an emphasis on old-fashioned service. The broad variety of merchandise and really low prices attract customers from throughout the city and suburbs.

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    Banks & Financial Institutions

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    Traditional Dining, Pizza, Delis & Fast Food

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    Health & Fitness

    Gyms, Martial Arts & Nutrition

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    Medical Providers

    Optical, Dental, Medical Centers & Home Care

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    Clothing for the whole family, Footwear & Jewelry

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    Beauty Supply, Hair & Nail Salons

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    Pharmacy & Discount

    Drugstores, Discount & Variety Stores

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    All Stores

    Browse a full listing of our over 100 stores

Our History

Pelham Parkway’s official name is the Bronx and Pelham Parkway since it connects Bronx Park and Pelham Bay Park; it is also an integral part of the Mosholu-Pelham Greenway. Pelham Parkway was established in 1911 and was originally only one lane which is today’s westbound lane. The parkway was lined with trees on both sides and had a strict building code. Nobody was allowed to build within 150 feet of the center. No railroads were allowed to cross over the parkway; this is why the roadbed of the New Haven Railroad had to be laid in a tunnel underneath the parkway which is now the Dyre Avenue subway line. Bars and hotels are also prohibited from being built alongside the parkway.