511 west 235th st at Eastgold NYC in New York, New York

Bright & Airy
511 West 235th Street
Bronx, NY 10463

Our prewar building’s classic red brick construction and elegant art deco foyer give home a timeless charm. Inside your studio, one, two, or three bedroom apartment, you’ll find a stylish layout that caters to more contemporary needs. The sunken living room opens up your space, and on-trend features like vintage hardwood flooring, granite countertops*, a dishwasher*, a microwave*, and stainless-steel appliances* will make you feel right at home.

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Apartment Features

  • Studio, 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Granite Countertops*
  • Stainless-Steel Appliances*
  • Sunken Living Room
  • Built-In Storage
  • Microwave*
  • Dishwasher*
  • Pet-Friendly

*In Select Homes

Building Amenities

  • Elegant Art Deco Foyer
  • Elevator
  • Live-In Super
  • Laundry Room
  • Indoor Garage Parking
  • Walk Score 95
  • Transit Score 86
  • Bike Score 48
Woman taking her cute dog for a walk near Eastgold NYC in New York, New York

Woman taking her cute dog for a walk near Eastgold NYC in New York, New York

Stainless steal appliances in the kitchen at Eastgold NYC in New York, New York

Stainless steal appliances in the kitchen at Eastgold NYC in New York, New York

Cute puppy sitting on a bench at the park near Eastgold NYC in New York, New York
Friends raising their wine glasses to a fun night near Eastgold NYC in New York, New York

Welcome Home

Based in the quaint Riverdale section of the Bronx, 511 West 235th Street is conveniently located within walking distance to the 1 train. You can easily zip around the city and get to wherever you need to be. Dinner date? The Hill Bistro is moments from home – don’t forget to try one of their signature cocktails. In the mood for shopping? River Plaza, Broadway Plaza, and Riverdale Crossing give you lots of stores to find something special. When you need a retreat, check out the surrounding area’s nature sites, including the Hudson River, the Jerome Park Reservoir, and the Harlem River.

Take your pick