The East and Harlem Rivers encircle Port Morris,
an industrial-based waterfront neighborhood on the southwestern tip of the Bronx,
New York. As the community's renaissance continues, residential construction adds to the supply of houses
for rent. Pulaski Park, a neighborhood recreational space and gathering place, offers exercise areas and basketball courts. Nearby highways give access to other city locations, including historic Harlem in Manhattan, just across the Harlem River.
Port Morris locals encourage their 90,000 neighbors to partake in community activities such as using the Randall's Island Connector to walk or bike to the island adjacent to the neighborhood. The Bronx Kill, a narrow stretch of water that connects the East and Harlem Rivers and separates Port Morris from Randall's Island, accommodates locals who canoe at high tide and walk across at low tide to get to the island. Port Morris' Antique Row hot spots include Don Pancho's Steakhouse for tapas or brunch with unlimited mimosas, and Charlie's Bar and Kitchen for seared strip steak.