I was surprised to find a remaining ITT Model 25 in Woodlawn during the week. Most 1970s-era lights were purged for new sodium vapor models in 2009, only to be wiped out again beginning in 2014 during the Light Emitting Diode revolution. This dayburner may have been first installed as far back as 1972. For about a decade, from 1970-1980, ITTs combatted with General Electric M400s (the new edition sodiums, with the photocell at the rear) for supremacy on NYC streets. Just this year, most Bronx streetlamps received new Eaton/Cooper Archeon LEDs.
You will find it on the south side of East 240th between Vireo and Webster. This street is on the undefended border of Bronx and Yonkers, and the north side of the street is McLean Avenue. west of Vireo, McLean Avenue takes over both sides of the street.