Nestled in the Northwest tip of Manhattan, Inwood is a neighborhood on the rise in both popularity and real estate prices. Just north of Hudson Heights, Inwood spans from Dyckman Street (200th Street) to 220th Street, where Spuyten Duyvil Creek laps at the edge of Manhattan Island. Inwood's value-driven real estate prices have long appealed to young families and artists in need of affordable places to call home. However, the area has enjoyed enduring appeal for years because of its abundant art deco architecture, verdant parkland, and quiets rows of red brick houses surrounding Columbia University’s Football stadium at Baker Field.
Perhaps most importantly, this unique neighborhood is just 20 Minutes from Midtown Manhattan or a quick trip north to the Bronx Zoo and Riverdale, via public transportation. Residents have the “A” and “1” trains as well the East Side Express Bus. The “A” train has long been dubbed “The Broadway Express,” after the hosts of theater professionals who call the area home.
- Tall elevator building. Usually with a doorman and over 15 stories high.