Washington Heights Apartments

Washington Heights Apartments

According to an new article from the New York Post, Washington Heights apartments are the new Williamsburg. Well at least the area has more than 1 subway line, so that is an improvement. Keep in mind that with rents already so pricey in Manhattan all areas have experienced a hike in monthly rents and Washington Heights apartments are no exception.

But you could still find a great deal in a condominium or a charming prewar building.  Same can be said for rentals. Great deals can be found in this area, specially in rent stabilized buildings.  You can catch the 1 train or the A train and browse the many real estate listings or visit the many open houses on Sundays.

Either way you will paying a lot less in rent that you would pay in Manhattan or even Brooklyn.  Good luck on your search of apartments in Washington Heights.

Things to do in Washington Heights

Fort Tryon Park, Ideal for picnics and even rock climbers, stunning gardens and inviting grass, you can spend all day in this beautiful park. Riverside Dr To Broadway, Manhattan New York, New York, 10040, USA

Have dinner at La Marina and enjoy gorgeous views of the George Washington bridge and the Hudson river. mouth-watering dishes such as the shrimp cocktail, ceviche (shrimp, bay scallops, squid, and avocado), truffle mac and cheese, lobster jambalaya (Maine lobster, mussels, and wild mushroom linguine.

If you are looking for more of a casual lounge with music, then apt78 is the way to go. You can mix and mingle with neighborhood residents to great music beats and tasty cocktails in a relaxed atmosphere. Special events are held throughout the week, ranging from Sunday football brunches to Saturday night performances

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Best Food in Washington Heights

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Local Transportation

168th Street Subway station

157th street subway stations