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Upper Manhattan Apartments and Real Estate Information

Washington Heights
Washington Heights 378 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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Hamilton Heights
Hamilton Heights 222 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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Harlem
Harlem 590 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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East Harlem
East Harlem 275 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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Inwood
Inwood 84 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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Upper Manhattan real estate news

Manhattan 2- and 3-Bed Condos with 421-A Tax Abatements In a normal year, April 15 is usually known as Tax Day, the last day to file your income taxes and pay taxes owed. Like last year, the Internal Revenue Service has pushed the date back to May 17 to give individual filers, tax preparers, and the IRS itself more time to sort through the many change... Thursday, April 15, 2021
Cultural events at NYC's most prominent venues + Art-friendly listings near them While a coronavirus vaccination site for theater, film, and television workers has recently opened, Broadway is not expected to reopen for several more months. However, that is not to say that New York is relinquishing its title as one of the world’s cultural capitals. The Open Culture program, m... Thursday, April 15, 2021
How a Permanent Move to Remote and Hybrid Workplaces Could Transform New York City Despite Mayor de Blasio’s recent announcement that 80,000 city employees will soon report back to work on-site, post-pandemic, most private-sector workers will likely continue to work remotely or only be return a few days a week. As of late March, approximately 90 percent of Manhattan office work... Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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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...