97 Seaman Avenue


Quiet On the rise

As the northernmost neighborhood on Manhattan Island, Inwood is a desirable location for those that yearn for the feeling of suburban living, but can't stand the thought of leaving Manhattan.

With the Harlem River to the north and east, the Hudson River to the west, and Marble Hill directly north, Inwood is bound by water on three sides. As a result, many residents praise the neighborhood's scenic and isolated feel, away from the rush of the city, but not too much so.

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Building Mix

  • 42% Pre War
  • 19% Walk-Up
  • 18% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 12% Elevator Building
  • 3% Post War

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Descriptions of 97 Seaman Avenue

Perfectly situated between Inwood Hill Park and Fort Tryon Park you are baby steps to the Cloister Museum and Gardens, restaurants, cafes and shopping on Dyckman Street and express trains to midtown Manhattan. With its great location near Inwood Hill Park and Fort Tyron Park, the A/C/1 subway lines and other modes of transportation, and in a vibrant and diverse neighborhood, this deal is an absolute steal. Located west of Broadway only one block to Inwood Hill Park, Manhattan's last natural forest with hiking trails and stunning views of the Hudson and Paslisade Cliffs. Close by are many restaurants and stores including Target, Marshals, Starbucks, C-Town Supermarket, Duane Reade, Rite Aid, and Planet Fitness. The building also features laundry facilities and is close to both the express A train as well as the 1 subway line. John B. McGriskin (Jan 2014)
Located on prestigious Seaman Avenue, across the street from Inwood Hill Park (Manhattan's last natural forest and only saltwater marsh Blocks from the [A] Express Subway Line and MTA Bus Routes. It is a quiet neighborhood, so if you're looking to get away from the madness of Midtown without leaving the city, this place is for you. Brian W. Murphy (Nov 2012)
Seeing that you can get much better space in a newer building with better amenities for a whole lot less money and still be 25 minutes from midtown, the secret is becoming the standard. Inwood also boasts a slightly less urban feel while still retaining easy access to a myriad of public transportation options, a very unique trait for a Manhattan neighborhood. Justin DiGiulio (Nov 2013)
Inwood is a friendly place to stay with everything from quaint coffee shops, hip restaurants, Irish pubs, Latin night clubs and the only original old-wood forest left in New York City. Justin Hanagan (Mar 2014)
Brand new kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, gorgeous tile bathroom, immaculate hardwood floors, plenty of closet space and laundry in the building. Damian Cipressi (Feb 2014)
Outside of its bustling core, this neighborhood's lushly forested park and local salt marsh resonate with low-key crowds that prefer a pastoral stroll rather than a power walk. Occupying the tip-top of Manhattan, Inwood is a residential neighborhood that feels far removed from the rest of the island's fast-paced way of life. Allan Jimenez (Nov 2013)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • A Dyckman St (0.28 mi)
  • A Inwood - 207 St (0.3 mi)
  • 1 207 St (0.45 mi)
  • 1 Dyckman St (0.54 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 48
Floor area: 37710
Year built: 1930

Building Median Rents

3br: $2,400
2br: $1,795

Nearby Schools

Amistad Dual Language School
High School For Excellence And Innovation
High school
J.H.S. 052 Inwood
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
Washington Heights Academy
P.S. 098 Shorac Kappock
I.S. 218 Salome Urena
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
City College Academy Of The Arts
Secondary School
Middle School 322
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
P.S. 152 Dyckman Valley