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Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Who Can Join This Community?

Anyone who grew up or lives in the Edenwald or Baychester housing projects. Anyone in the surrounding neighborhoods are also welcome to join this community (South to Gunhill Road - North to 233rd Street - West to White Plains Road - East to Coop City).
Current mood: Cool
Posted by: edenwald
Modified on August 22, 2006 at 3:31 PM

Friday, January 27, 2006

Welcome our new community that has just been launched!

Welcome to the Edenwald & Baychester Projects Alumni Community.  People who are or have been part of this Bronx community are invited to sign up and start their own web log (blog) or join a discussion forum.  If you are a relative of someone who is from the Edenwald or Baychester projects, you are welcome to join our community. Just mention the name of the registered blog member, when you sign up.

A blog is like an on-line journal which allows you to post an article whenever you wish.   Share your experiences growing up or living in these projects. How do these experiences contribute to who you are and what you have accomplished. Write about what you do now or whatever moves you at the moment. 

It doesn't matter where you are now. What is  important is that we share a common bond from a special place in da Bronx in New York City.  As we each blog about our own personal story, we can learn from each other and prove that good solid people come from New York City Housing Projects. When you sign up use your address from Edenwald or Baychester.


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 Above is a satellite photo of the Edenwald and Baychester projects.  To get your bearings, the upside down horseshoe street is the Drive North side of the Edenwald projects. The oval grass patch (to the right) is the Cardinal Spellman H.S. track and softball field.  If you wish to see a close up satellite photo of your building, go to http://earth.google.com to download their satellite software.
Then type in your exact building address to see your building
up close and comfortable.

Baychester Houses has 11 six-story buildings on 8.27-acres in the Bronx. Completed May 31, 1963 the development features 441 apartments housing an estimated 943 residents. Schieffelin Avenue, East 225th and East 229th Streets border the complex.

Edenwald Houses is the largest NYCHA development in the Bronx with forty buildings, 3 and 14-stories tall on 48.88-acres. It has 2,034 apartments housing about 5,450 people. Completed October 15, 1953 it is bordered by Grenada Place, East 225th Street, Baychester and Laconia Avenues.


Happy blogging! 
Current mood: Cool
Posted by: edenwald
Modified on January 28, 2006 at 6:14 AM

Friday, January 20, 2006

Not comfortable with blogging yet?

Click here to join a good ole fashion Edenwald and Baychester Alumni forum. You can quickly post to different discussions already in progress. You can also get more information or post questions about blogging here, by visiting the forums. 
Current mood: Cool
Posted by: edenwald
Modified on January 20, 2006 at 3:36 PM

Thursday, January 19, 2006

How do I start Blogging after I register?

Just one click will submit your registration details.
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here for more information.

For more information on How to edit your layout click here.
For more information on creating your first entry, click
How to create new entries

Current mood: Happy
Posted by: edenwald
Modified on January 20, 2006 at 11:36 AM