Grand Concourse: Yankee Stadium, Bronx Museum of the Arts and more things to do and see

Often termed the epicenter of the South Bronx, locals describe Grand Concourse as a bustling community packed with fun things to do and pretty places to live.

The Grand Concourse, the nabe’s namesake, was designed by the French railroad engineer Louis Risse, who modeled it after the Champs-Élysées in Paris. It opened to traffic in 1909 and now runs from East 138th Street up to the Mosholu Parkway.

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