Inwood Apts & Neighborhood Information
Inwood and Washington Heights are Manhattan’s two northernmost neighborhoods and a sweet spot for buyers who don’t want to leave the Island but want considerably more space for their money.
Inwood begins at Dyckman Street and extends to the most northern tip of Manhattan. It was a rural area well into the early 20th century, and its hills, cliffs and green spaces feel worlds away from the urban bustle of the city below. Inwood Hill Park on the Hudson River is a largely wooded city park that contains caves, the last salt marsh in Manhattan, and the last natural forest standing on Manhattan Island. Parts of Fort Tryon Park and Highbridge Park lie along Inwood’s southern border.