41 Tiemann Place

Morningside Heights

Good transportation Near park LGBT-popular Young crowd

Morningside Heights is located in the northernmost section of the Upper West Side. Despite its geographical location on the UWS, Morningside Heights is referred to by many today as “Greater Harlem.”.

Some also refer to it as SoHa, meaning “south of Harlem.” Before any of these names, however, the neighborhood was known in the 17th century as Vandewater's Heights.

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Building Mix

  • 42% Pre War
  • 18% Walk-Up
  • 16% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 7% Elevator Building
  • 4% Luxury Highrise

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Descriptions of 41 Tiemann Place

Next to Columbia U, Barnard College, Manhattan School of Music, Union Theological Seminary, Jewish Theol Seminary, Interfaith Center, Riverside Church, Teachers College and Riverside park, Pre-war building, Laundry room, Elevator, Live-in super, Intercom, Laundry in building, Quiet neighborhood, School nearby, Restaurants nearby, Shopping nearby. The building is an Ideal Loation for students because of it's closeness to Columbia university, Bernard Teachers Colleges, the Bank Street Colleges of Education, the Mhttn school of Music, the Union Theological Seminary, the Jewish Theological Seminary, the Cathedral of St. Paul Seales (Jun 2013)
Since outsiders rarely head uptown, neighborhood nightlife mostly consists of grad students avoiding dissertations in beer bars (1020 Bar undergrads avoiding papers with heavier drinking (The Heights Bar and Grill and residents avoiding that all in dives (Patrick Ryan's Columbia will regularly bring in word-class operas at the Miller Theater. Henry Goodison (Aug 2012)
Morningside Heights has many charming restaurants and stores, not to mention a lively nightlife, so it is not simply a place for those who are in search of a quiet, historically hallowed area (although it certainly is that too It marries the Ivy League splendor of Columbia University with the notorious neighborliness of the Upper West Side. The neighborhood is perfect for those whose work and studies demand proximity to Columbia University, but whose active lifestyle calls for access to parks, Riverside Drive, jogging, biking, or heading into the city with ease. Justin DiGiulio (Oct 2014)
Amazing deal for either a student or working professional or new couple that want to be in an amazing neighborhood not too far North and located near Columbia University 5 min walk = and features a basement with laundry as well as bike share, steps to riverside park and riverside drive. This beauty features stainless steal appliances, elevator, voice intercom, polished hardwood floors, plenty of windows that allow great natural lighting, granite countertops, tiled bathroom, white trimming, french doors, as well as ONSITE LAUNDRY. John B. McGriskin (Sep 2014)
Ideal for share, students, and professionals who would love and enjoy plenty of surrounding parks, shopping, sidewalk eating cafes, relaxing/chill out open air lounges, and vibrant nightlife inside the Heart of New York's Morningside Heights. Allan Jimenez (Jun 2014)
Very Well Maintained Prewar Building, Elevator, Laundry, Just Steps to Supermarkets, Restaurants, Shopping, Columbia University, Manhattan School of Music, Dinosaur BBQ, The Henry Hudson Greenway, and the 1, B, C, and Express A and D trains. Jeremiah Wiggins (Jul 2014)
Riverside park (which stretches from 72nd to 158th) is just a few blocks away and includes a large variety of sports courts, fields, playgrounds, dog runs, walking paths and access to Manhattan Waterfront Greenway for bicyclist. J. Jude Branco (Jul 2012)
Checkers, Chokolat Cafe, Dinosaur Bar, Fairway Supermarket, Floridita Cuban Restaurant, Oasis Juice Bar, Subway's, Sushi-Sushi, Toast Bar, Steps to Riverside Park, West Harlem Piers Park, and much more. Rick Hernandez (Jul 2013)
Hardwood Floors, Renovated, Renovated Kitchen and Bath, SS Appliances, Granite Counter Tops A very clean and safe neighborhood right by Columbia Bicycle room and LAUNDRY in the building. Shaya Deaton (Jul 2014)
A ton of brand new coffee shops, and restaurants have recently sprung up around this building, and Columbia recently invested millions of dollars in a new building across the street. Michael Chadwick (Jul 2014)
Walk into the beautiful spacious lobby as you exhale with relief and step into the elevator or walk up the beautifully design two way stairs flooding with light and tremendous space. Christopher Giardina (Jul 2013)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • 1 125 St (0.06 mi)
  • C A D B 125 St (0.57 mi)
  • 1 137 St - City College (0.58 mi)

building details

Floors: 6
Units: 93
Floor area: 57996
Year built: 1907

Building Median Rents

1br: $2,038
3br: $3,400

Nearby Schools

Academy For Social Action: A College Board School
Secondary School
Urban Assembly School For The Performing Arts
High school
I.S. M286 Renaissance Military Leadership Academy
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
The Urban Assembly Institute For New Technologies
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
New Design Middle School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
I.S. 195 Roberto Clemente
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
The Mott Hall School
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
P.S. 036 Margaret Douglas
P.S. 129 John H. Finley
P.S. 125 Ralph Bunche