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Inwood
Inwood 65 Available Apartments
Largely developed in the 1930s with stately art-deco buildings such as the Park West Terrace Apartments, 4720 Broadway, and 251 Seaman Avenue, this family-oriented neighborhood is enriched by an eclectic mix of residents.
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Washington Heights
Washington Heights 221 Available Apartments
Sometimes referred to as the Upper West Side of the '80s, Washington Heights is hailed as one of Manhattan's most historic and most revived neighborhoods.
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Harlem
Harlem 463 Available Apartments
Harlem is steeped in culture and artistic flair, driven by its diverse community. This vibrant neighborhood has served as everything from a farming village to a battlefield to a Manhattan suburb to a commuter town to a working-class community and a center of African-American culture.
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Hamilton Heights
Hamilton Heights 118 Available Apartments
During the Harlem Renaissance, Hamilton Heights was home to professional African Americans. The northern part of Hamilton Heights was actually nicknamed Sugar Hill because wealthier African-Americans attracted to the "sweet life," bought homes in the area.
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East Harlem
East Harlem 202 Available Apartments
Located between First and Fifth avenues, and running from East 96th to East 125th, East Harlem is a neighborhood known to many as Spanish Harlem and affectionately referred to as "El Barrio" by locals.
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Upper Manhattan real estate news

Make It Work: NYC apartments with home offices under $3 million City offices have long since reopened nearly three years after lockdown, but remote work shows no sign of fading away. Employers have seen firsthand from lockdown that work still gets done even when workers are not in the office, and employees appreciate the freedom to either make hybrid work a p... Tuesday, February 7, 2023
Pros and Cons of Boutique Buildings + 10 New Development Condos Now Selling The public health emergency for Covid is poised to expire on May 11; however, memories of months on lockdown with neighbors on all sides are all too vivid for some New Yorkers. They may be coming to find that there is something to be said for boutique condos or rentals (commonly defined as a low-... Wednesday, February 1, 2023
Price Cuts: Lantern House reduces prices on several condos; Rupert Murdoch's penthouse slashed by $16M As of this writing, Lantern House is 84% sold (h/t Marketproof). The oversized bay windows, well-thought interiors, sumptuous interiors, and address near the High Line have proven so attractive to luxury buyers that it was among the best-selling buildings of Q3 2022. However, it is far from the o... Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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Harlem Harlem is steeped in culture and artistic flair, driven by its diverse community. This vibrant neighborhood has served as everything from a farming village to a battlefield to a Manhattan suburb to...
Washington Heights Sometimes referred to as the Upper West Side of the '80s, Washington Heights is hailed as one of Manhattan's most historic and most revived neighborhoods.
East Harlem Located between First and Fifth avenues, and running from East 96th to East 125th, East Harlem is a neighborhood known to many as Spanish Harlem and affectionately referred to as "El Barrio" by loc...
Inwood Largely developed in the 1930s with stately art-deco buildings such as the Park West Terrace Apartments, 4720 Broadway, and 251 Seaman Avenue, this family-oriented neighborhood is enriched by an ec...
Hamilton Heights During the Harlem Renaissance, Hamilton Heights was home to professional African Americans. The northern part of Hamilton Heights was actually nicknamed Sugar Hill because wealthier African-America...