Hamilton Heights Apartments

Manhattan

$2,9953BR, 1BA
West 143rd St Hamilton Heights
Elevator, Pre War
~ 13 Hours since update
$2,3002BR, 1BA
West 148th St Hamilton Heights
Pets Allowed, Elevator
~ 14 Hours since update
$1,4501BR, 1BA
West 150th St Hamilton Heights
Parking, Brownstone
~ 15 Hours since update
$2,4953BR, 1BA
West 141st St Hamilton Heights
Pets Allowed, Elevator, Elevator Building
~ 2 Hours since update
$3,2954BR, 2BA
West 143rd Hamilton Heights
No fee
Elevator, On-site super, Elevator Building
~ 20 Hours since update
$1,450STUDIO
West 152nd St Hamilton Heights
Exclusive
Elevator
6 Minutes since update
$3,6004BR, 1.5BA
Broadway Hamilton Heights
Approved Pets Only, Elevator, In-Unit Laundry, Dishwasher, On-site super, Elevator Building
~ 20 Hours since update
$2,3002BR, 1BA
West 143rd Hamilton Heights
No Fee
Pets Allowed
~ 24 Hours since update
$3,6884BR, 2BA
West 143rd St Hamilton Heights
Elevator, On-site super
~ 24 Hours since update
$2,1001BR, 1BA
West 148th St Hamilton Heights
No fee
Elevator, Elevator/Laundry Building
1 Day since update
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Local Subway Stops

  • C A D B 135 St
  • 1 137 St - City College

The Top No-Fee Buildings

Building Address # no-fee apts
536 West 143 Street 30
532 West 143 Street 26
684 Riverside Drive 20
537 West 150 Street 14
3333A BROADWAY 11
522 West 148 Street 9
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Hamilton Heights Statistics

$1,950
1BR Median Rent
  • 28% Pre War
  • 26% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 21% Elevator Building
  • 12% Walk-Up
  • 3% New Building
Building types
59
popularity rank 2014 rank: 66

Hamilton Heights is:

Families On the rise

Hamilton Heights specialists

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Raphael Fetta
Bohemia Realty Group

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Arron Lloyd
Bohemia Realty Group

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Dominic Couzens
SOVEREIGN ASSOCIATES INC

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Neighborhood Description

One would never guess that crossing into Hamilton Heights is actually setting foot onto a vast estate--35 acres to be exact--land appropriated by the statesman, war hero, diplomat, and one of America’s founding fathers, the great Alexander Hamilton.

His affinity to the area is clear. Hamilton actually studied at King’s College--now Columbia University--prior to becoming the first United States Secretary of the Treasury under George Washington (one of only many esteemed positions he held). The actual building he lived in is now referred to as the Hamilton Grange National Monument, and in efforts to best preserve it and put it on view to the public, it has been relocated several times. The building now sits in St. Nicholas Park, and houses a museum and a memorial to our founding father.

Directly next to Hamilton’s home is the The College of the City of New York, affectionately referred to by New Yorkers as CCUNY. Once an area almost entirely inhabited by African Americans, since the late nineties increased gentrification and Hispanic immigration to the states has actually put black people in the minority in Hamilton Heights. In the last fifteen years, property values in this area have tripled, as developers and those seeking brownstone living at affordable prices have taken an interest in the area and crime- fighting efforts have increased. In 2011, Hamilton Heights gained even more attention when Columbia decided to put a satellite campus of the university directly underneath it. The first phase of the campus, including Columbia’s prestigious business school and a science center, is scheduled to be complete in 2015, and it will undoubtedly bring even more revitalization to the area, including a growth in retail stores and dining options.

While St. Nicholas’s park leaves something to be desired, a more attractive option in the heights is Riverbank State Park, accessible by two footbridges. Riverbank boasts stunning views of the Hudson River and houses recreational facilities fit for the entire family. Aspiring figure skaters spin across the outdoor skating rink in the winter, and during the warmer months, the weekends are filled with people enjoying the soccer, baseball, and football fields, basketball and tennis courts, and even an indoor/outdoor pool. To add to the festive atmosphere, a Merry Go Round twirls around, spinning kids with delight right on the banks of the Hudson River.

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