Market Overview for Quarter 1, 2021
Median Sale Price
No. of Transactions
Bronx Median Sale Price
In Quarter 1, the median home sale price in Mott Haven was $337K, down 32% year-over-year. There were a total of 5 transactions, representing a 37% drop compared to Quarter 1 last year. The median price per square foot was $229, a -71% YoY change. In Quarter 1, the median home sale price in Bronx was $381K.
Mott Haven Neighborhood Map
There are three historical districts within Mott Haven, each including numerous brownstone-style row houses. Other areas are home to newly built two- and three-unit row houses along with apartment buildings. Transportation options are plentiful and include several subway stops for the 4, 5, and 6 trains, plus local and express bus lines.
Top most expensive neighborhoods in Bronx
Mott Haven median price compared with other neighborhoods in Bronx
Property values in Mott Haven are lower compared to the borough of Mott Haven overall.
Mott Haven median price compared with all the neighborhoods in Bronx
|Neighborhood||Borough||Median Sale Price|
|Pelham Bay Park||Bronx||$1,162,000|
|Spencer Estates - Country Club||Bronx||$645,000|
|Kingsbridge Heights - Jerome Park||Bronx||$243,611|
|Park Versailles - Bronx River||Bronx||$180,000|
Residential Properties Sold in Mott Haven
|Property Type||Median sale price||Y-o-Y||Median sale price/sqft||Y-o-Y||Transactions|
The median house sale price in Mott Haven in Quarter 1 was $337K, down 28% year-over-year. However, median condo prices in Mott Haven remained flat year-over-year at $510K. Median coop sale price in Mott Haven were $120K, a change of 331% year-over-year.
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Mott Haven Neighborhood Guide
Once a Piano District, today Mott Haven has just a single piano store - Beethoven Pianos - but it wasn't built until well after the initial piano boom. Now this high-density neighborhood is home to three different historic districts, dozens of public schools, a wealth of transportation options, and more rental units than owner-occupied homes. This is a neighborhood undergoing significant changes and is expected to continue to see new development in the decade to come.
Architecture and landmarks
There are three historic districts within Mott Haven, including the Mott Haven Historic District which is mostly residential and well-known for its four- and five-story rowhouses built in the late 1800s, the Mott Haven East Historic District with rows of brownstones designed by the legendary architectural team William O'Gorman and William Hornum, and the Bertine Block Historic District with its yellow-faced brownstones designed and built in the late 1800s. St. Ann's Episcopal Church, which is the oldest church in the Bronx, is also located within this neighborhood. There are numerous housing projects within Mott Haven as well as 19th century brick buildings. Newer developments are popping up throughout the neighborhood, though most are around the formerly-industrial Bruckner Boulevard. Thanks to rezoning in 2005, new rental units have been built, some including luxury amenities like indoor pools.
There are four lines of the New York Subway that serve Mott Haven, though some of them only offer a part-time service: the 2, 4, 5, and 6 lines. It's possible to get to Midtown in just 20 minutes by taking the 6 train to the 4 or 5 express train at 125th Street. There are also over a dozen buses, including both local and express, and drivers have many ways to get around including the 145th Street Bridge, Madison Avenue Bridge, and the tolled Triborough Bridge.
There are a wide range of public schools in Mott Haven, many of which have been seeing challenges for the last decade. For example, PS 154 offers classes from K-5 and had just 7% of its students meet standards on state exams in a recent year. On the other hand, there are schools like Success Academy Charter School, where 93% of students met state math standards. There are also numerous parochial schools, including Saint Luke School, Saint Pius V High School, St. Anselm's School, and Saint Pius V School.
Lincoln Hospital is located in Mott Haven and has been open since 1839. There are also a number of private medical practices, a walk-in urgent-care clinic, and alternative medical care options.
The 40th Precinct of the New York Police Department is in charge of policing Mott Haven, where there were 28.7769 reported crimes per 1,000 residents in 2016. This is a higher crime rate than most neighborhoods in the Bronx.
Things to do
There are a number of grocery stores in Mott Haven, but Western Beef Supermarket has long been a favorite, along with seasonal farmer's markets, and Mexican groceries selling produce, flowers, and tacos. Discounts on popular electronics are often found at AA Electronics and Nunez Depot is a locally owned hardware store with all the staples you'd imagine: paint, auto repair tools, etc. For a cultured afternoon, BronxArtSpace offers emerging artists in the neighborhood to display their work and interact with world-renowned artists.
Popular eats in the area include the Oaxacan fare at La Morada Restaurant, sushi at Ceetay, and classic pub food at Mott Haven Bar & Grill. When the sun goes down, neighborhood residents may be found at Charlie's Bar and Kitchen enjoying life music and a beer, Oze Tavern for a unique cocktail night, or K Lounge, part hookah bar and part Latin dance club.
The 35-acre St. Mary's Park is one of the largest green areas in the Bronx and has a newly built pathway for cyclists and runners over the Bronx Kill, which connects the neighborhood to a number of other parks.