The city's northern most borough, the Bronx is known for several popular landmarks including Yankee Stadium, the New York Botanical Garden, and the Bronx Zoo. It is also known for it's failed urban planning projects, and is often held up as a symbol of decay and violence. In casual French "c'est le Bronx" stands for "what a mess".
A. Van Cortlandt Park: The third largest park in New York City, Van Cortlandt Park is run and operated by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. Contained on its property is the Van Cortlandt House Museum, which is the oldest building in the Bronx.
For a long time the region was considered Lasombra domain. With the ousting of the Sabbat from New York supremacy, however, the park has been "given" to the cities Gangrel as a diplomatic measure. While Gangrel still will deal harshly with intruders to the Van Cortlandt, their preferred stomping grounds in the modern nights is actually Prospect park in Brooklyn.
B. Munsee-Hudson Expediting Shipping and Storage: The offices of Munsee-Hudson Expediting Shipping and Storage stands in contrast to Calabros' office in Madison Square Garden. Originally prior to 1999, it was the Central location for the Lasombra leadership of the New York Sabbat, and it was a weapons cache for the Archcishop Polonia.
The warehouse is now famous amongst New York's undead as being the site of the decisive battle in the War for New York, and even to this day it has a reputation for being haunted by the ghosts of those fallen there.
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