Wed07232014

Last update 07:00:00 PM EST

Create an account so you can add, edit and remove your property. Click 'Create an Account' from under the login form below.

You will be taken back to the homepage after submitting the registration form. You then need to login with the email address and password you choose.

Login
  • Photo gallery

  • Bookmark pages

478 West 158 Street apt 53 680_w_204_street_3f 183 Pinehurst George Washington bridge Washington Heights 200 Edgecombe fixer upper townhouse
Back Careers Displaying items by tag: coops for sale in manhattan
Careers A.N. Shell Realty Group

Newly listed available coop units for sale in 557 West 150 Street, New York, NY 10031 HDFC Coop.

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Asking Price Maintenance Bedrooms Status
42 3.5/1
550 $ 000,000 $ 000 # 1 Available

 Currently, apartments are shown by appointment only or on Open House by appointment only, therefore don't hesitate to contact one of our agents at 212. 544.2900 or 212.283.5000 for inquiries and appointments.

1 and 2 bedroom Glossary Link HDFC coop have been totally renovated and restored. Inwood Hill Park is around the corner. The building is almost fully owned and has classy vestibule with lobby laundry room. The basement has a community room for board members. HDFC income restricted 120% median income cap building and the 2011 guidelines are: $68,775 for 1 and $78,600 for 2 in household.. And the subway 1 and A few blocks away!

  • Residential: 557 West 150 Street, New York, NY 10031 | Multi-Family Walk up Building
  • Block: 2082 Lot: 7
  • Property Characteristics: Lot Area: 4,996 sq ft (50' x 99.92') # of Buildings: 1 Year built: 1930 # of floors: 6 Building Area: 20,787 sq ft Total Units: 30 Residential Units: 30 Primary zoning: R7-2 Commercial Overlay: None * Year converted to coop: 1992

Asking Prices:$300-398 per square foot

Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights, Manhattan

1803 Riverside Drive

This building offers completely renovated and restored studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms at incredible prices. Many units have a view of Fort Tryon Park, and Inwood Hill Park is around the corner.

It's just minutes away from both the 1 and the A trains, allowing access to the rest of the city at your convenience.

Newly-Listed Units For Sale

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Price Maintenance Bedrooms Status
3A 4.5/3
1400 $ 599,000 $ 1000 3 Available

Recently-sold Units

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Sale Price Sale Date Bedrooms Price/sqft
4M 3/1
750 $ 310,000 2008 Nov 17 1 $413/sf
3L 3/1 800 $ 175,000 2007 April 30 1 $218/sf
6C 4.5/1
1000 $ 349,000 2004 July 19 2 $349/sf
  • Residential: 1803 Riverside Drive, Manhattan 10034 | Multi-Family Elevator Building
  • Block: 2246 Lot: 120
  • Property Characteristics: * # Lot Area: 18,564 sq ft (100.17' x 179.25') # # of Buildings: 1 Year built: 1920 (Year built is an estimate) # # of floors: 6 Building Area: 86,352 sq ft # Total Units: 74 Residential Units: 72 # Primary zoning: R7-2 Commercial Overlay: None * Year converted to coop: 1989

 Currently, apartments are shown by appointment only or on Open House by appointment only, therefore don't hesitate to contact one of our agents at 212. 544.2900 or 212.283.5000 for inquiries and appointments.

Asking Prices:$218-413 per square foot

Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights, Manhattan

1825 Riverside Drive floor plans

This building offers completely renovated and restored two-three-four-bedrooms at incredible prices. Many units have a view of Fort Tryon Park, and Inwood Hill Park is around the corner.

The building features a common outdoor space, bicycle storage, video security, and laundry on-site, as well as a live-in super, and is under professional management. It's also just minutes away from A train, allowing access to the rest of the city at your convenience.

Newly-Listed Units For Sale

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Price Maintenance Bedrooms Status
2F 4/1
1000 $ 382,000 $ 798 2 Available
3C 6/1 1300 $ 489,000 $ 1027 3 Available
6B 7/2 1850 $ 775,000 $ n/a
4 Unavailable
 

Recently-sold Units

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Sale Price Sale Date Bedrooms Price/sqft
5E 5.5/1
1300 $ 545,000 2010 May 20 2 $419/sf
6C 5.5/1 1300 $ 565,000 2010 Mar 08 3 $435/sf
2C 5.5/1
1300 $ 470,000 2010 Mar 22 2 $362/sf
3E 5.5/1 1300 $ 430,000 2009 Aug 11 2 $604/sf
5B 7.5/1
1500 $ 835,000 2008 Oct 2 4 $356/sf
1A 4.5/1 1000 $ 400,000 2008 May 16 1 $400/sf
3A 5.5/1
1000 $ 325,000 2007 Nov 20 1 $325/sf
1F 4.5/1 900 $ 146,756 2007 Nov 29 1 $163/sf
  • Residential: 1825 Riverside Drive, Manhattan, NY 10034 | Multi-Family Elevator Building
  • Block: 2246 Lot: 110
  • Property Characteristics: *# Lot Area: 13,425 sq ft (213.58' x 139.33') # # of Buildings: 1 Year built: 1926 # # of floors: 6 Building Area: 57,796 sq ft # Total Units: 42 Residential Units: 42 # Primary zoning: R7-2 Commercial Overlay: None * Year converted to coop: 1989

 Currently, apartments are shown by appointment only or on Open House by appointment only, therefore don't hesitate to contact one of our agents at 212. 544.2900 or 212.283.5000 for inquiries and appointments.

Asking Prices:$376-382 per square foot

Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights, Manhattan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top floor Studio #7D in Fort Tryon Garden Co-op at 245 Bennett in Hudson Heights section of Washington Heights, Manhattan

Newly listed available coop units for sale in Fort Tryon Gardens-245 Bennett New York NY 10040.

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Asking Price Maintenance Bedrooms Status
7D
2/1 400 $ 175,000 $ 300 # 0 Available
3B
4/1 900 $ 350,000 $ 753 # 2 Sold

Recently sold coop units in Fort Tryon Gardens Coop - 245 Bennett

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Sale Price Sale Date Bedrooms Price/sqft
6E 3/1
650 $ 236,032 2010 Spt # 1 $231/sf
3B 4/1 900 $ 376,608 2010 Aug1 # 2 $n/a/sf
  • Currently, apartment are shown by appointment only or on Open House by appointment only, therefore don't hesitate to contact one of our agents at 212. 544.2900 or 212.283.5000 for inquiries and appointments.

There are 350 units throughout all seven buildings: 245 Bennett, 259 Bennett, 269 Bennett, 273 Bennett, 4489 Broadway, 4501 Broadway, 4523 Broadway in Fort Tryon Gardens. Each building has 2 entrances, one on Bennett Avenue and the other on Broadway. Newly renovated units with hardwood floors, open kitchens, spacious layouts, granite countertops, new cabinets and all stainless steel appliances including dishwashers, refrigerators, microwaves and stoves. Many of the units look over Fort Tryon Park or onto courtyards. Each building has indoor washers and dryers for your convenience. The machines are card operated – no quarters necessary – and are brand new. Underground parking is available. There is no waiting list. Guests can park on an hourly basis. The garage is not managed by the building. The Co-op has no control over parking or the rates. And the subway 1 and A is directly across the street!

245 Bennett Avenue, New York, NY 10040 | Residential Multi-Family Elevator Building

Property Characteristics

92,800 sq ft (420.08' x 200')
# of Buildings: 1 # of floors: 7

Total Units: 350 Residential Units: 350

Block: 2180 Lot: 633

Building Area: 316,007 sq ft
Primary zoning: R7-2 * Commercial Overlay: None

Year built: 1951 | Year converted to coop: 1985

Asking Prices: $175,000-350,000

Fort Tryon Garden Co-op at 245 Bennett in Hudson Heights section of Washington Heights, Manhattan

 

 

 

 

680 West 204 Street units floor plans

This building offers completely renovated and restored studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms at incredible prices. Many units have a view of Fort Tryon Park, and Inwood Hill Park is around the corner.

The building features a bicycle storage, video security, storage, and laundry on-site, as well as a live-in super, and is under professional management. It's also just minutes away from both the 1 and the A trains, allowing access to the rest of the city at your convenience.

Newly-Listed Units For Sale

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Price Maintenance Bedrooms Status
3F 4/1
875 $ 362,500 $ 930 2 Available
3E 4/1 984 $ 352,500 $ 930 2 Available
5E 4/1 984 $ 354,000 $ 950 2 Available
6E 4/1 984 $ 365,000 $ 979 2 Available
1A 2/1 450 $ 165,000 $ 380 0 In Contract

Recently-sold Units

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Sale Price Sale Date Bedrooms Price/sqft
1G 3.5/1
750 $ 253,000 2011 April 8 1 343/sf
6C 4/1 984 $ 335,000 2010 July 29 2 341/sf
1B 4.5/1
984 $ 360,000 2009 Dec 18 2 366/sf
6F 4/1 875 $ 340,000 2009 Dec 1 2 389/sf
2C 4/1
984 $ 375,000 2008 Dec 18 2 381/sf
1D 4/1 984 $ 334,500 2007 Oct 29 2 340/sf
4C 4/1
984 $ 355,000 2007 May 23 2 361/sf
3A 0/1 450 $ 299,000 2007 Jan 26 0 664/sf
  • Residential: 680 West 204 Street New York NY 10034 | Multi-Family Elevator Building
  • Block: 2238 Lot: 17
  • Property Characteristics: * Lot Area: 10,000 sq ft (100' x 100') # of Buildings: 1 * Year built: 1925 * # of floors: 6 * Building Area: 52,332 sq ft * Total Units: 42 * Residential Units: 42 * Primary zoning: R7-2 Commercial Overlay: None *

 Currently, apartments are shown by appointment only or on Open House by appointment only, therefore don't hesitate to contact one of our agents at 212. 544.2900 or 212.283.5000 for inquiries and appointments.

Asking Prices:$358-414 per square foot

Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights, Manhattan

Newly listed available coop units for sale in 631 Academy HDFC Coop.

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Asking Price Maintenance Bedrooms Status
3E 3.5/1
550 $ 165,000 $ 380 # 1 Available
3A 4/1 750 $ 279,000 $ 605 # 2 Available

 Currently, apartments are shown by appointment only or on Open House by appointment only, therefore don't hesitate to contact one of our agents at 212. 544.2900 or 212.283.5000 for inquiries and appointments.

1 and 2 bedroom Glossary Link HDFC coop have been totally renovated and restored. Inwood Hill Park is around the corner. The building is almost fully owned and has classy vestibule with lobby laundry room. The basement has a community room for board members. HDFC income restricted 120% median income cap building and the 2011 guidelines are: $68,775 for 1 and $78,600 for 2 in household..

  • Residential: 631 Academy Street, New York, NY 10034 | Multi-Family Walk up Building
  • Block: 2234 Lot: 41
  • Property Characteristics: # Lot Area: 5,000 sq ft (100' x 50') # # of Buildings: 1 * Year built: 1917 # # of floors: 5 * Building Area: 20,235 sq ft # Total Units: 24 * Residential Units: 23 # Primary zoning: R7-2 * Commercial Overlay: None * Year converted to coop: 2008

Asking Prices:$300-398 per square foot

Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights, Manhattan

Saturday, 07 May 2011 15:39

501 West 143 Street HDFC Coop Corp

Newly listed available coop units for sale in 501 West 143 Street HDFC Coop New York NY 10031

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Asking Price Maintenance Bedrooms Status
66 6/1
1100 $ 299,000 $ 518.37 # 4 Available
41 5/1
925 $ 268,000 $ 438 # 3 Not Available

Recently sold coop units in 501 West 143 Street HDFC Coop

Apt # Rms/Bths Sq Ft Sale Price Sale Date Bedrooms Price/sqft
36 4/1
900 $ 148,987.50 2004 Nov 1 # 2 $165/sf
61 4/1 900 $ 285,000 2007 July 31 # 2 $316/sf
67 4/1
1000 $ 190,000 2008 July 14 # 2 $190/sf

Family oriented with a community watch. Many of the units look over Alexander Hamilton Square. Hamilton Heights area. HDFC coop features video intercom security, laundry facilities and security camera system. Feel safe knowing that the grounds are monitored by security cameras. The building features an on-site superintendant and is professionally managed. And the subway 1 and A,B,C,D few blocks away! HDFC income restricted 120% median income cap building and the 2011 guidelines are: $68,775 for 1 and $78,600 for 2 in household.

.

501 West 143 Street, New York, NY 10031 | Multi-Family Elevator Building

Property Characteristics

Lot Area: 11,045 sq ft (108.5' x 90.17')
# of Buildings: 1 # of floors: 6

Total Units: 40 * Residential Units: 37

Block: 2075 Lot: 26

Building Area: 50,986 sq ft
Primary zoning: R7-2 * Commercial Overlay: C1-4

Year built: 1920 | Year converted to coop: 1990

 Currently, apartments are shown by appointment only or on Open House by appointment only, therefore don't hesitate to contact one of our agents at 212. 544.2900 or 212.283.5000 for inquiries and appointments.

Asking Prices:$165-316 per square foot

Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights, Manhattan

 

Thursday, 21 April 2011 17:19

255 Cabrini Condominium

255 Cabrini Boulevard is a pre war, 8 story, 78 unit Glossary Link condominium residential tower with 13 commercial units. It is located between Cabrini Boulevard and Fort Washington Avenue north of 187th Street, in the Hudson Heights neighborhood of Washington Heights.

A full service building:

  • large and airy studios, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments (some larger) with 1-2 baths.
  • all apartments have sunken living rooms with herringbone parquet floors.
  • condominium entrance located on a quiet and tree lined street.
  • doorman / service staff.
  • modern laundry room.
  • new mailboxes.
  • new art-deco styled Energy Star ™ hall light fixtures.
  • financially sound, with exceptionally competitive maintenance.
  • convenient to transportation IND express A subway, one block away (20 minutes to Columbus Circle) , # M4 Fifth Avenue bus and M98 Limited Stop bus.
  • adjacent to "village" shops: Gideon's Bakery, several dry cleaners, Hilltop Pharmacy, Angela's coffee shop, Kismat Indian restaurant, Chase Bank branch with 24 hr atm, Associated supermarket, Bershire Bank with 24 hr atm, Frank's Specialty Gourmet Market, Monkey Room Bar, Bleu Evolution (restaurant with full bar), , Fivos Pizza, 107 West Restaurant
  • a small town atmosphere where your store owners' know you by your first name.
  • Fort Tryon Park and the world renown Cloisters Museum (part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art)
  • quiet and tree lined streets and spectacular views of the Hudson River and George Washington bridge.
Wednesday, 20 April 2011 10:44

Fort Tryon Gardens Coop

Newly listed available coop units for sale in Fort Tryon Gardens.

Address Rms/Bths Sq Ft Asking Price Maintenance Bedrooms Status
245 Bennett 7D
2/1 400 $ 175,000 $ 300 # 0 Available
4523 Broadway 5E 2/1
400 $ 175,000 $ 276 # 0 Available
273 Bennett 2B 3/1
675 $ 299,000 $ 571
# 1
Available
4523 Broadway 5E 2/1 400 $ 175,000 $ 276
# 0
Available
273 Bennett 7F
3/1 675 $ 280,000 $ 634.11 # 1 Under Contract
245 Bennett 4H
3/1 650 $ 270,000 $ 541.28 # 1 Available
269 Bennett 8H
3/1 650 $ 260,000 $ 557
# 1 Under Contract
259 Bennett 5F
4/1 900 $ 379,900 $ 844.31 # 2 Available
259 Bennett 4B
4/1 900 $ 365,000 $ 774.24 # 2 Available
259 Bennett 3B
4/1 900 $ 350,000 $ 760 # 2 Available
4489 Broadway 3D
3/1 675 $ 240,000 $ 504 # 1 Under Contract
263 Bennett 2H
3/1 675 $ 220,000 $ 488 # 1 Available
1A
3/1 675 $ 200,000 $ 509 # 1 Under Contract

 

  • Currently, apartment are shown by appointment only or on Open House by appointment only, therefore don't hesitate to contact one of our agents at 212. 544.2900 or 212.283.5000 for inquiries and appointments.

There are 350 units throughout all seven buildings: 245 Bennett, 259 Bennett, 269 Bennett, 273 Bennett, 4489 Broadway, 4501 Broadway, 4523 Broadway in Fort Tryon Gardens. Each building has 2 entrances, one on Bennett Avenue and the other on Broadway. Newly renovated units with hardwood floors, open kitchens, spacious layouts, granite countertops, new cabinets and all stainless steel appliances including dishwashers, refrigerators, microwaves and stoves. Many of the units look over Fort Tryon Park or onto courtyards. Each building has indoor washers and dryers for your convenience. The machines are card operated – no quarters necessary – and are brand new. Underground parking is available. There is no waiting list. Guests can park on an hourly basis. The garage is not managed by the building. The Co-op has no control over parking or the rates. And the subway 1 and A is directly across the street!

Fort Tryon Garden Co-op, New York, NY 10040 | Residential Multi-Family Elevator Buildings

Property Characteristics

92,800 sq ft (420.08' x 200')
# of Buildings: 8 # of floors: 7

Total Units: 350 Residential Units: 350

Block: 2180 Lot: 633

Building Area: 316,007 sq ft
Primary zoning: R7-2 * Commercial Overlay: None

Year built: 1951 | Year converted to coop: 1985

Asking Prices: $175,000-350,000

Fort Tryon Garden Co-op in Hudson Heights section of Washington Heights, Manhattan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, 17 April 2011 18:07

Washington Heights

New York Magazine's take on Hamilton and Washington Heights:

IN THE SOCIETY OF HEIGHTS!!!! Well first let me tell you about my view of Washington Heights from my own eyes and let me tell you its the place where people would come to start a new life or to start getting their life in order cause there's not a lot of people and its very quiet first of all but every where you go you will find some type of different of comfort meaning you will be most comfortable at Washington heights I guarantee it. I'm just speaking from experience but back to what the heights is really about, the heights is about everything you could passably think of like for instance a lot of historical facts and places that people can visit from all over the world. The park it self has the most amusing attractions as well as the different types of amusement The Heights have to offer. Just think a stroll in the Inwood Hill Park or how about we can go to Sugar Hill in Harlem and see all the beautiful homes people may have and the different attractions as well. Please don't forget about Morning Side Heights where people go to the Historical District to see all the old and famous records of people that pass by while coming to America as we know what is worth to the united States of America. We also have the most infamous Cathedral of Saint John Of Divine where music from around the world is played there as well as jazz and different classical music you might enjoy. The heights was first founded earlier in the 1900's maybe earlier like way earlier. Today the majority of the neighborhood's Population47206 Male Population 21949 (46.5 %) Female Population 25257 (53.5 %) Percent Change Since 19906.0 %Percent Change Since 2000-1.0 %Density (Persons per sq. mile) 80425.00 Median Age 34 to 81 but we all know it varies. According to the 2000 Census, WaHI had a population of 208,414 people, which represented an increase of 5.2% since the 1990 Census and 15.8% since the 1980 Census, so the community has been growing. The racial/ethnic breakdown is as follows: 74.1% Hispanic, 13.6% white (non-Hispanic), 8.4% black (non-Hispanic), and 2.1% Asian/Pacific Islander. The median household income was $28,865 in 1999 and $52,578 in 2002, which reflects the fact that WaHI is quickly becoming gentrified as increasing numbers of professionals with higher incomes seek affordable housing in our neighborhood. Washington Heights, said that many residents go to the neighborhood for "cheap housing," obtain jobs "downtown," receive a "good education," and "hopefully live good lives. Washington Heights doesn't seem that big but in all reality it is huge. Washington Heights is bounded to the south by 155th Street and to the north by Fairview Avenue and runs from the Harlem River on the east to the Hudson River on the west. Inwood is the tip of the island, everything lying north of Fairview Avenue. The two neighborhoods are often attach together as one because administratively they make up Manhattan Community District 12. Marble Hill is a section of Manhattan and is now physically connected to the Bronx. It was separated from the rest of Manhattan when the Harlem River Ship Canal was dug and the Spuyten Duyvil Creek was filled in.

Well first let me tell you about my view of Washington Heights from my own eyes and let me tell you its the place where people would come to start a new life or to start getting their life in order cause there's not a lot of people and its very quiet first of all but every where you go you will find some type of different of comfort meaning you will be most comfortable at Washington heights I guarantee it. I'm just speaking from experience but back to what the heights is really about, the heights is about everything you could passably think of like for instance a lot of historical facts and places that people can visit from all over the world. The park it self has the most amusing attractions as well as the different types of amusement The Heights have to offer. Please don't forget about Coop's for sale in Morning Side Heights where people go to the Historical District to see all the old and famous records of people that pass by while coming to America as we know what is worth to the united States of America. We also have the most infamous Cathedral of Saint John Of Divine where music from around the world is played there as well as jazz and different classical music you might enjoy. The heights was first founded earlier in the 1900's maybe earlier like way earlier. Today the majority of the neighborhood's Population47206 Male Population 21949 (46.5 %) Female Population 25257 (53.5 %) Percent Change Since 1990 6.0 %Percent Change Since 2000-1.0 %Density (Persons per sq. mile) 80425.00 Median Age 34 to 81 but we all know it varies.

According to the 2000 Census, WaHI had a population of 208,414 people, which represented an increase of 5.2% since the 1990 Census and 15.8% since the 1980 Census, so the community has been growing. The racial/ethnic breakdown is as follows: 74.1% Hispanic, 13.6% white (non-Hispanic), 8.4% black (non-Hispanic), and 2.1% Asian/Pacific Islander.

The median household income was $28,865 in 1999 and $52,578 in 2002, which reflects the fact that WaHI is quickly becoming gentrified as increasing numbers of professionals with higher incomes seek affordable housing in our neighborhood. Just think a stroll in the Inwood Hill Park or how about we can go to Sugar Hill in Harlem and see all the beautiful homes people may have and the different attractions as well.

Washington Heights, said that many residents go to the neighborhood for "cheap housing," obtain jobs "downtown," receive a "good education," and "hopefully live good lives.

Washington Heights doesn't seem that big but in all reality it is huge. Washington Heights is bounded to the south by 155th Street and to the north by Fairview Avenue and runs from the Harlem River on the east to the Hudson River on the west. Inwood is the tip of the island, everything lying north of Fairview Avenue. The two neighborhoods are often attach together as one because administratively they make up Manhattan Community District 12. Marble Hill is a section of Manhattan and is now physically connected to the Bronx. It was separated from the rest of Manhattan when the Harlem River Ship Canal was dug and the Spuyten Duyvil Creek was filled in.

Well first let me tell you about my view of Washington Heights from my own eyes and let me tell you its the place where people would come to start a new life or to start getting their life in order cause there's not a lot of people and its very quiet first of all but every where you go you will find some type of different of comfort meaning you will be most comfortable at Washington heights I guarantee it. I'm just speaking from experience but back to what the heights is really about, the heights is about everything you could passably think of like for instance a lot of historical facts and places that people can visit from all over the world. The park it self has the most amusing attractions as well as the different types of amusement The Heights have to offer. Please don't forget about Coop's for sale in Morning Side Heights where people go to the Historical District to see all the old and famous records of people that pass by while coming to America as we know what is worth to the united States of America. We also have the most infamous Cathedral of Saint John Of Divine where music from around the world is played there as well as jazz and different classical music you might enjoy. The heights was first founded earlier in the 1900's maybe earlier like way earlier. Today the majority of the neighborhood's Population47206 Male Population 21949 (46.5 %) Female Population 25257 (53.5 %) Percent Change Since 1990 6.0 %Percent Change Since 2000-1.0 %Density (Persons per sq. mile) 80425.00 Median Age 34 to 81 but we all know it varies.

According to the 2000 Census, WaHI had a population of 208,414 people, which represented an increase of 5.2% since the 1990 Census and 15.8% since the 1980 Census, so the community has been growing. The racial/ethnic breakdown is as follows: 74.1% Hispanic, 13.6% white (non-Hispanic), 8.4% black (non-Hispanic), and 2.1% Asian/Pacific Islander.

The median household income was $28,865 in 1999 and $52,578 in 2002, which reflects the fact that WaHI is quickly becoming gentrified as increasing numbers of professionals with higher incomes seek affordable housing in our neighborhood. Just think a stroll in the Inwood Hill Park or how about we can go to Sugar Hill in Harlem and see all the beautiful homes people may have and the different attractions as well.

Washington Heights, said that many residents go to the neighborhood for "cheap housing," obtain jobs "downtown," receive a "good education," and "hopefully live good lives.

Washington Heights doesn't seem that big but in all reality it is huge. Washington Heights is bounded to the south by 155th Street and to the north by Fairview Avenue and runs from the Harlem River on the east to the Hudson River on the west. Inwood is the tip of the island, everything lying north of Fairview Avenue. The two neighborhoods are often attach together as one because administratively they make up Manhattan Community District 12. Marble Hill is a section of Manhattan and is now physically connected to the Bronx. It was separated from the rest of Manhattan when the Harlem River Ship Canal was dug and the Spuyten Duyvil Creek was filled in.

Published in Neighborhoods

Page 3 of 6