Second Farms, also known as 1932 Bryant, revitalizes a key site in the West Farms neighborhood of the Bronx. The 15-story building provides 319 affordable housing units, commercial space, and a community facility. Sited on a narrow, sloped site, with rock outcroppings characteristic of much of the Bronx, the building sits within a landscaped forecourt.
All of the apartments in the building are Affordable. 50% of the units are set aside for residents living in the neighborhood, 5% for people with mobility disabilities, 5% for municipal employees, and 2% for the visually impaired. The building is designed as family housing, with apartments as large as 3-bedrooms, and also includes shared co-working space for tenants and storage for 160 bicycles, and outdoor spaces for passive recreation and socializing. The building is two blocks away from the West Farms Square subway station.