Schuylerville, Bronx

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Not to be confused with Schuylerville.
Neighborhood of The Bronx
Schuylerville is located in New York City
Schuylerville is located in New York
Schuylerville is located in the US
Location in New York City
Coordinates: 40°50′05″N 73°49′59″W / 40.834789°N 73.833039°W / 40.834789; -73.833039Coordinates: 40°50′05″N 73°49′59″W / 40.834789°N 73.833039°W / 40.834789; -73.833039
Country  United States
State  New York
City New York City
Borough Bronx
 • Total 1.77 km2 (0.682 sq mi)
Population (2011)[1]
 • Total 12,025
 • Density 6,800/km2 (18,000/sq mi)
 • Median income $69,818
ZIP codes 10461, 10465
Area code 718, 347, 646

Schuylerville (nicknamed "Skyville") is a middle-class neighborhood located in the East Bronx area of New York City. Housing is mostly single-family and two-family houses. It is located next to other middle-to-upper class residential neighborhoods of Country Club and Pelham Bay.

Schuylerville is a small enclave situated between Bruckner Expressway and Hutchinson River Parkway, with suburban style and it is a predominantly Italian neighborhood with small Hispanic and black population. Saint Raymond's Cemetery, Bronx is in the southwestern part. Since the rise of the housing market, the neighborhood has seen various luxury developments, including luxury condos and new construction two-family houses.

Officially, it is considered part of the Throggs Neck section of East Bronx. However, it is closer to and associated with the Pelham Bay and Country Club sections of the Bronx. One of the largest public parks in New York City, Pelham Bay Park, is located nearby, as well as Orchard Beach. While most residents drive, the Middletown and Buhre Ave stations of the IRT Pelham Line are the closest subway stations.


Schuylerville has a population of around 10,121 people and according to 2009 figures it had a median household income of $55,280 compared to $32,893 for the whole Bronx borough. The population is around 45% White, 45% Hispanic, with the rest being a mix of Blacks & Asians.[2]



  1. ^ a b "Schuylerville neighborhood in New York". Retrieved 17 October 2015. 
  2. ^ "Mapping the 2010 U.S. Census". The New York Times. Retrieved 17 October 2015.