Washington Heights

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Located uptown between Harlem and Inwood, the hilly area of Washington Heights offers abundant parkland and stunning views of the Hudson River. The neighborhood is home to Fort Tyron Park and The Cloisters, a museum that focuses on European medieval architecture and decorative arts. The Columbia Medical Center/New York Presbyterian Hospital also calls this area home.

Washington Heights is a thriving, vibrant neighborhood, full of young professionals, students, and anyone else looking for its down-to-earth atmosphere. New, spacious apartments and affordable rents, as well as its safety, greenery, and diversity make this neighborhood a high prospect for future growth.

Nearby Transportation

168th Street & Broadway/St. Nicholas Avenue

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163rd Street & Amsterdam Avenue

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157th Street & Broadway

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Location

Washington Heights is within Uptown Manhattan and bordered by Central Harlem, Hamilton Heights, and Hudson Heights.

 

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