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Old 10-24-2008, 06:15 PM
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After getting my car looked at on Fordham Rd I decided to go to River Plaza Starbucks on 225 street for some coffee. Traffic on Kingsbridge Rd going west was a nightmare so i went up Webster to 198th cut over west to Creston and went down Creston to Kingsbridge Rd out of curiosity to see what it's like above K'bridge. Actually I expected worse than i actually saw. The buildings seemed solid, hardly any graffiti, lots of family types hanging out. Interesting houses and buildings, some with immaculate lobbies displaying the street address. All I can say is that this must have been one helluva nice neighborhood years ago

I wonder what it's like at night over there, I suppose a quick drive thru the street at 3PM is not a realistic portrayal of what goes on there?

In reality it's probably gang territory since it's west of the Concourse?
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