Neighborhood Guide

Washington Heights

Boundaries: 155th St. to Dyckman St., Harlem River to Hudson River             
Where Would You Live?
Washington Heights residential neighborhood is comprised mostly of pre-war apartment buildings.

Neighborhood Features: Outdoor recreational venues such as Fort Washington Park, Bennett Park, the highest point in Manhattan, Fort Tryon Park and Swindler Cover at Sherman Creek Park that features urban wildlife, nature trails, a children’s garden and a boathouse; cultural venues such as the Cloisters, located inside Fort Tyron Park and the Hispanic Society of America Museum; lots of Latina dining at restaurants such as La Casa del Motofongo; nightlife at venues such as Monkey Room.

Subways: A to Dyckman St. | 1 to Dyckman St. | A to 190th St. | 1 to 191st St. | A to 181st St. | 1 to 181st St. | A to 175th St. | A,C to 168th St. | C to 163rd St. | 1 to 157th St. | C to 155th St. | B,D to 155th St. 

Washington Heights Listings

Size Starting from Available Avg. $/Ft2 DOM
Studio $272.0K 11 $779 106
1 BR $200.0K 60 $713 198
2 BR $315.0K 41 $677 144
3 BR $260.0K 23 $760 140


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Washington Heights Buildings