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Sam Goodman concourse tour

Welcome to the Bronx!

We explore the Concourse, home to Yankee Stadium, its historic district, its buildings, its stories, and its transformation from its creators’ seedling vision to its current manifestation.

Your host is an urban planner, Bronx native and community activist, who shares insights into the politics of the Bronx Historic District’s storyline and some Jewish highlights for good measure.

Whether you’re a Yankees fan or an Art Deco fan, the Bronx has something for everyone.

Join us! 

 

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Concourse Circuit Tour:

Explore the Grand Concourse, a boulevard located in the South Bronx modeled on the Champs-Élysées.

The thorough fare was envisioned in 1890 by Louis Aloys Risse, an Alsatian immigrant who had previously worked for the New York Central Railroad.

The vision: a connecting link between the borough of Manhattan to the northern Bronx.Construction began on the Grand Concourse in 1894 and it was opened to traffic in November 1909. 

Built during the height of the City Beautiful movement, the roadway, while was modeled on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, is considerably larger, stretching four miles (6 km) in length, measuring 180 feet (55 m) across.

Our two hour tour is a personal and unique introduction.

Led by a Bronx-born urban planner and local real estate agent, this tour features the creation story behind Grand Concourse and why it was formerly referred to as the “Park Avenue of the Bronx," as well as the neighborhood’s shifting cultural and economic fabric over the past century.

Gain access to an Art Deco apartment building or two lining the Grand Concourse and take a glimpse into local real estate market.

Price: US$36 per person 

Add on tour: 

The neighborhood is packed with artistic talent. 

Add on 1 hour to the tour to include a visit to a local artist's atelier.