Riverdale is a residential neighborhood in the northwest portion of the Bronx. When it was first developed, many Manhattan moguls built their country estates there, for example, in what is now known as the Fieldston area (which is designated a national historic district). In the early 20th Century, with the ease of train commuting, many people made Riverdale their full-time residence. Riverdale is made up of a number of subsections: Central Riverdale (downtown area), Fieldston, Hudson Hill, North Riverdale, Mosholu, Spuyten Duyvil and Villanova Heights. Riverdale housing is made up of new construction rentals and condos to post-war co-ops to gorgeous mansions. Riverdale is home to a number of elite private schools, including Horrace Mann, Fieldston and Riverdale Country School.
Approximately 31 minutes to Grand Central via Metro North
Express buses to Manhattan
The northernmost point of New York City is in Riverdale, and it has one of the highest elevations in New York City, providing residents views of the Hudson River, the George Washington Bridge, the Empire State Building, and the New Jersey Palisades. JFK lived in Riverdale when he was a student at Riverdale Country School in the 1920s
What We Love
The views, the historic mansions, Wave Hill public garden and cultural center, and Siam Square thai food, lots of parks, playgrounds and dog parks