Hudson Heights, 1 Bed, 1 Bath

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Geographic Area Washington Heights, 10033
Building Features: • Pets OK on a case by case basis • Elevator • Live-in Super • Hardwood Floor • Laundry in the Building • Heat+Hot Water Included Building Notes: • Just 1 block to the A train • 4 blocks to the 1 Train at the 181st St. Station • Local delis and grocery stores around the corner • Dry cleaners only 1/2 block away • 3.5 blocks to Duane Reade & Pharmacy • 2 pizzerias located around the corner • Starbucks Coffee House only 1 block away Visit stunning Inwood Hill Park • 196.4 acres with the last natural forest and salt marsh in Manhattan. Catch the M4 on Ft. Washington Ave and ride to the Cloisters. This Monestary houses the Metroplitan Museum of Modern Art's impressive collection of Medieval European Architecture and Art; Approximatley 5000 works dating from A.D. 800 Enjoy the quiet beauty of the surrounding

Apartment Amenities

  • 12 Months
  • Cats Allowed
  • Elevator in Building
  • Small Dogs Allowed
  • Washer & Dryer on-site

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Learn more about Washington Heights

Washington Heights is a neighborhood on the far northwest side of Manhattan in New York City. Interstate 95, Harlem River Drive, Henry Hudson Parkway and Broadway all run through the area. Residents can use one of these major streets for intra-city travel or take public transportation, which includes the subway and bus systems. 

Washington Heights sits between the Hudson River and Harlem River. The neighborhood is also the setting for the Tony Award-winning musical, "In the Heights." This show follows the life of a Hispanic-American who lives in this section of Manhattan. 

Washington Heights has a strong Hispanic and Dominican population and it is also the home to the Hispanic Society of America. The society runs a museum and library that display the works of prominent names in the Hispanic culture.

Spend your days outside at one of the many hilly parks in Washington Heights. You can visit the Herbert and Florence Tenzer Garden to enjoy gorgeous landscaping or head farther east to visit Highbridge Park. 

The night life in Washington Heights is bustling with plenty of bars and restaurants open late. 

The neighborhood has a lot of historical significance as it is the site where George Washington led an unsuccessful battle campaign against the British in 1776.