Since 2003, the internet home of "the old neighborhood" - Stratton Park , Bronx NY  


You can also visit Stratton Park on Facebook:



Welcome to the Stratton Park Home Page

NEW - Matt Keenan's photos of Stratton Park Today (2008) are back!


As you can see, we had a little face lift - with some added features:

  • Message Board Archives 2003 - 2007

  • Onboard photo albums - for folks that don't "do" Facebook

  • Expanded History Section

and of course, our good old

Message Board




You can't have summer without Stevie!



Established in 2003, This page is a monument to a little spot in the Bronx called Stratton Park. Once the name of a thriving community, it describes a part of the Bronx situated between White Plains Road to the Bronx River Parkway, East Tremont Avenue and the Cross Bronx Expressway. The neighborhood was named for a real estate developer, John Stratton O'Leary, who starting in 1926 built blocks of apartment buildings that would become the heart of Stratton Park. His buildings were also known un-officially as the O'Leary Flats. The Purpose of this web site is to remember Stratton Park and to pay tribute to John O'Leary and the many others that made it a great place to live, work and play. Please visit our Message Board to see what other have said and perhaps add your own remembrances and facts.