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BRXBronx
BRXBrowsing Index
BRXBusiness Referral Exchange
BRXBrightRoll Exchange (San Francisco, CA)
BRXBrevis radix (gene of Arabidopsis thaliana)
BRXBig Red X (game)
BRXBronze Cross (lifesaving)
BRXBureau for External Relations (UNESCO)
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Abreu Movers Bronx provides a range of services including packing and unpacking services for large furniture moves to whole home and office moves.
"Residents of the Bronx are no strangers to the congestion on the Bronx River Parkway," said Assembly Member Nathalia Fernandez.
In partnership with local museums, non-profit organizations, schools and government agencies, Bronx Kreate Space will establish a cultural destination in the borough and foster a sense of community in the immediate area.
The Bronx's problem is not that most residents can't afford those bars, much less those condos.
(http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g60763-d2054920-Reviews-or20-Real_Bronx_Tours-New_York_City_New_York.html#REVIEWS) A TripAdvisor review for Real Bronx Tours describes the activity as "borough of diverse ethnic groups and neighborhoods, cultural institutions and surprising natural beauty."
Despite his 19-month ordeal Bronx recognised his owners straightaway Margaret said: "He's been back home since last Thursday.
Starting this summer, Bronx SalsaFest will deliver just that.'
Regardless of whether Related gets involved with the Plaza at the Hub, it is clear that the company views the Bronx, a borough with a historically high crime rate and low median income, as a profitable investment.
Mankiewicz estimates that the Bronx has 10 green roofs, including the municipal courthouse across the street from Yankee Stadium.
"A real science lab costs a couple of hundred thousand dollars to put together," says Ira Gelernter, an information technology consultant to the Bronx High School District.