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2893-95 Valentine Avenue Bronx apartments

Oxford Property Group Poised to Launch Riverdale Multifamily Project

Oxford Property Group/Spire Group will soon launch construction of a 62-unit luxury residential building in the Bronx’s Riverdale neighborhood. The 50,00-square-foot, 12-story property will be located at 2893-95 Valentine Ave.  

“This is a great location in an area in need of additional quality housing,” said Adam Mahfouda, CEO of Oxford Property Group/Spire Group. He added that the land where the building is being built was comprised of two adjoining lots with private three-story homes on each. Oxford purchased the first home in 2019 and the second in January of 2021. 

The Riverdale project will also offer residents mostly two-bedroom apartments with covered outdoor parking, a laundry room, community room and landscaped outdoor garden area. Construction is expected to be completed in January 2024.   


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