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.learn more about this neighborhood
#51Neighborhood popularity:based on Naked Apartments searches
- 37% Pre War
- 27% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 18% Elevator Building
- 12% Walk-Up
- 2% Post War
This very large 2BR is a great deal at $1750 (average price of a 2BR in this neighborhood is now $2000). The apartment has a full bath, and a large Eat-In kitchen. Steps to Inwood Hill Park, excellent restaurants, transportation/subway. A must see!
*Eat In Kitchen!
*Heat and Hot Water included
*Short walk to the A express train and 1 train, 20 minutes to mid-town.
*Great neighborhood! Steps to a 24 hour grocery store, drug store, post office, excellent restaurants with outdoor seating, and both Ft. Tryon and Inwood Hill Park (trails, tennis, playground, dog-run)
*Same day approval of your application. Please have standard application documents when you come to view (W2, Taxes, Bank Statements, Letter of Employment, etc.). Our apartments rent quickly! To qualify, lease holders must have an income of 40 times the monthly rent (or equivalent in savings) and good credit. Guarantors accepted.
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$1,750, Two Bedrooms, 1.0 Bathroom
- Web ID: 57324
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