Washington Heights

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Extending from 155th Street to Dyckman Street, Washington Heights is home to some of the most interesting geographic features in Manhattan.

The neighborhood’s lofty name is derived from the fact that—at 256 feet above sea level—it is situated at the highest point in Manhattan. Because of its steep inclines, numerous "step" streets (one of which has 130 stairs) connect one street to the next.

The population of Washington Heights is over 150,000.

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Building Mix

  • 37% Pre War
  • 27% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 18% Elevator Building
  • 12% Walk-Up
  • 2% Post War

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Large one bedroom/ one bathroom apartment in a charming pre-war building. includes:
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Light
  • Renovated kitchen
  • Laundry in buiding
  • Superintendent lives in building


Great Wahington Heights location near to resturants, shopping, fresh fruit & vegetable markets. Subway station (A line) is right down the block and the bus stop is across the street! Bennet Park is very close and beautiful Fort Tyron Park is only a few blocks away. The Metropolitan Museum of Art's the Cloisters is also nearby.

Apartment Details

$1,600, 1 Bedroom, 1.0 Bathroom

Last Updated 13 Days
Listed For 13 Days
Available Immediately
  • Pre War
  • Web ID: 1450279
Amenities
Laundry Room, On-site super
Nearby Subway Stations
  • A
    181st St (0.22 mi)
  • 1
    181st St (0.39 mi)
  • A
    190th St (0.43 mi)
  • 1
    191st St (0.44 mi)
  • A
    175th St (0.54 mi)
  • 1
    Dyckman St (0.83 mi)
  • A C 1
    168th St (0.92 mi)
  • A
    Dyckman St-200th St (0.95 mi)
  • 1
    207th St (1.21 mi)
  • A
    207th St (1.27 mi)

$1,600One Bedroom
Fort Washington