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After surviving decades of hardship to remain in business, the planned rezoning for the Jerome Avenue corridor is threatening the continued existence of the automotive repair community. After surviving decades of hardship to remain in business, the planned rezoning for the Jerome Avenue corridor is threatening the continued existence of the automotive […]
Por Víctor Gómez NUEVA YORK.- La United Auto Merchants Asosociation denunció que después de sobrevivir a décadas de dificultades para permanecer con sus negocios abiertos, el cambio de zonificación pronosticado para el corredor de la avenida Jerome, en el Bronx, los está amenazando con la desaparición de estos lo que se llevaría de paro todos […]
City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer takes a walk around the neighborhood of Jerome Avenue accompanied of the President of United Auto Merchants Association, Mr. Pedro J. Estevez. The nature of the visit is to find how the automotive community feels about the slated rezoning of the Jerome avenue corridor.
The industrial park facility will have 45 businesses that range from body repairs to oil changes on Leggett Avenue in Hunts Point. (10/6/15) THE BRONX – An 84,000-square foot facility that houses over 40 auto businesses is set to open in the Bronx. The industrial park facility will have 45 businesses that range from body […]
“What I envision is to have an automotive center where every business is going to be closely monitored, full compliance and trained… and taught how to manage their business properly,” Estevez says.
“The Mayor of New York had the authority to tell the Department of Buildings, give them a letter of no objection,” Estevez said. “But if you don’t give them their permits to bring this up to code, how are they going to do it? … We are hardworking people over here that deserve an opportunity to drive instead of strive.”
“We’re going to create a model of the automotive industry that has never been done before,” said Pedro Estevez, president of the non-profit United Auto Merchants Association, who helped negotiate the move with the city. The building at 1080 Leggett Ave. is also home to a wholesale supply company and the local branch of a large truck manufacturer. Customers will drive through a back entrance on Barry Street and up a ramp into the warehouse, where they’ll be able to get new tires, body work, engine repairs and other services all in one place.
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