64 Hillside Avenue

Fort George

Near parkOn the rise

Named for a Revolutionary War era fortification, Fort George is truly an epitome of American independence.

In 1776, the American army fought off the Red Coats from Fort George after the pivotal battle of Brooklyn, allowing safe passage for General Washington and his troops to escape to New Jersey and Westchester. It is actually one of five forts built by the Americans with the name Fort George.


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Building Mix

  • 64% Pre War
  • 16% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 10% Elevator Building
  • 9% Walk-Up
  • 0% Condo or Co-Op Building

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Descriptions of 64 Hillside Avenue

Just a short walk to the A train (3 blocks) and 1 Train (6 Blocks also near the Harlem River Drive (Becomes FDR Henry Hudson Parkway (Becomes West Side Highway) and I95 (Becomes George Washington Bridge and Cross Bronx Expressway Fort Tyron Park and Allen Pavillion Hospital. Richard Santos (Mar 2011)
Located on the front of the building, Eat-In Kitchen with New Cabinets, Appliances, Dishwasher and Microwave, New Tiled Bathroom, Hardwood Floors, New Fixtures, Voice Intercom, Live-In Super, Laundry Room in Building, and Front Door Security Entrance. Samuel Odom (Aug 2012)
Classic pre-war bldg with lovely lobby, laundry rm, 24/7 security and maintenance hotline, modern appliances, oak floors and hi ceilings near subway ft tryon and high bridge parks. Frank Sanchez (Mar 2013)
Public transportation (1, A, subway lines ) is close by and steps away is great shopping on Broadway with many other restaurants, shops and entertainment. The building is located steps away from gorgeous Fort Tryon Park and The Cloisters, as well as scenic bike and walking paths along the Hudson River. Daria Campbell (Jun 2011)
It is surrounded by many restaurants, grocery stores, and trains such as the A and the 1 for those who need to communte for work or other person reasons. Stephen Rosario (Mar 2013)
I am well versed in the various neighborhoods of upper Manhattan and the amenities they offer in subway access, shopping, dining, parks and recreation. Tim Heath (Dec 2013)
laundry facilities good sized apts, modern kitchens and baths, hardwood flrs, hi ceilings and good closets near subway and colonial aprk. Raquel Ruiz (Oct 2013)
Close to A, C and 1 Trains, Close to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, Tons of great new restaurants and bars, Grocery Stores and Ft. Andrew Ding (Oct 2012)
Inside, a grand lobby features a marble fireplace and wall accents, columns with carved finials, and elaborate ceiling medallions. Sharon Williams (Apr 2011)
Located just off the A train at 190th Street, this cliff-lined strip offers quiet and serene living in the middle of the big city. Jessica Wagner (Feb 2014)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • 1 191 St (0.24 mi)
  • 1 Dyckman St (0.27 mi)
  • A 190 St (0.37 mi)
  • A Dyckman St (0.48 mi)

building details

Floors: 6
Units: 185
Floor area: 161362
Year built: 1928

Building Median Rents

1br: $1,663

Nearby Schools

Proffesor Juan Bosch Public School
Early Childhood
P.S. 152 Dyckman Valley
I.S. 218 Salome Urena
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
City College Academy Of The Arts
Secondary School
Middle School 322
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
High School For International Business And Finance
High school
High School For Law And Public Service
High school
High School For Media And Communications
High school
High School For Health Careers And Sciences
High school
P.S. 005 Ellen Lurie