Hudson Heights

Hudson Heights

Deriving its name from Fort Washington, a stronghold built during the Revolutionary War, Hudson Heights is an enclave of Washington Heights and is a subset of one of Manhattan's largest neighborhoods. It hosts a large Jewish population and a thriving Dominican community. The neighborhood is set somewhat apart from the rest of the city.  Hudson Heights stretches from West 173rd Street to the top of Fort Tryon Park (home to the Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art), and from Broadway to the Hudson River.

In fact, Washington Heights is arguably the center of Dominican-American political, creative, and athletic achievement in the US. Recently, the neighborhood has become hot among first-time buyers and recent college graduates seeking affordable Manhattan housing. Thus, Washington Heights is in transition as its population becomes more diverse and real estate values creep upward.

The area doesn’t boast much in the way of a vibrant nightlife, but it is in close proximity to La Marina. La Marina is a venue that has two outdoor patios, glass-enclosed indoor space, multiple bars, and party dance floor, and allows diners a gorgeous view of the George Washington Bridge and Hudson River. Another popular spot in the area is Apt 78, a casual lounge with blood-pumping live music, DJs, and a brunch, lunch, and dinner menu with scrumptious options. There are small shops and local service establishments in and around Hudson Heights, and specialized emporiums like Moscow on the Hudson.

With the quickly changing landscape came Hudson Pilates, a fitness center that opened on West 181st Street and offers Pilates and Zumba classes to residents.  Newcomers to the neighborhood's food scene include 181 Cabrini, a popular coffee and wine bar, and Bangkok Heights. The latest addition to the stretch on West 181st St. is Saggio, a Sicilian restaurant with a beer garden in the backyard. The area around West 187th Street is less busy but also has shops and restaurants, among them Cafe Buunni, a hip coffeehouse that serves Ethiopian blends. 

Many of the landmarks in the area are greenspaces. Gifted to the city in 1935 by John D. Rockefeller, the 67-acre Fort Tryon Park gives this neighborhood a slice of greenery where residents are often seen picnicking. The historic Little Red Lighthouse, is the subject of a popular children’s book. Other green spots are J. Hood Wright Park, which includes a recreation center, and Bennett Park, which occupies the highest point of land in Manhattan, 265 feet above sea level.

Hudson Heights still has a reputation for being one of Manhattan’s most affordable neighborhoods, although prices continue to rise. Most of the residences are in apartment buildings, many of which are cooperatives, and most were constructed in the 1920s through 1940s. The Art Deco style is prominent, along with Tudor Revival. Castle Village, a string of five co-op towers, each with four wings, was completed in 1939 and is set on 7.5 acres of parklike grounds with play areas and benches overlooking the river. In 2016, Hudson View Gardens was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. This 1924 enclave of 15 Tudor-Style buildings is on a winding private street with gardens, a playground and other amenities, meant to resemble a medieval English village.

The neighborhood is serviced by the A, C and 1 subway lines.

River facing, spacious 1 Bed apartment with large entry foyeur, abundant closets and a sunken living room is a classic Art Deco beauty in the jewel of Hudson Heights.$635,000
This apartment sits way a top Fort Tryon Hill and has beautiful east and north city views.$675,000
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Peaceful serenity on Cabrini Boulevard.$540,000
360 3D Matterport Tour Available !$679,000
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HUDSON HEIGHTS 2BR 2BA WITH TERRACE Apartment 321 at 100 Overlook Terrace is a newly renovated and gracious two bedroom, two bathroom co op perfectly located in the heart of ...$795,000
2 Bed 2 Bath 950 sf of Art Deco Wonderfulness.$649,000
MINT JR 4 IN PRIME HUDSON HEIGHTS This one of a kind, fully gut renovated home is absolute perfection ; it s fresh, modern, open and airy.$615,000
Come to Washington Heights with your inspiration, contractor, and architect to view this 1899 two family townhouse converted from a one family B3 on Audubon Avenue between West 184th Street ...$980,000
OPEN HOUSE Sunday 7 12, BY APPT ONLY.$585,000
Shown By Appointment Only Step inside this newly renovated sundrenched top floor 1 bedroom apartment and be greeted by open unobstructed views and light in the enormous living room with ...$475,000
Apt 29 is a renovated spacious one bedroom co op apt, overlooking tree lined courtyard.$415,000
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SPONSOR UNIT ! Apt 104 is an elevated quiet, first floor loft like home completely reimagined.$789,000
Rarely available SPONSOR UNIT top floor, corner unit !$875,000
RENT FROM DAY ONE Investor Friendly 3 Bedroom Coop in Uptown Manhattan has a liberal sublet policy and is pet friendly.$735,000
SLEEK AND MODERN 987 S. F.$799,000
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Bright, pre war gem steps from J.$350,000
Be High in the Sky with this 11th floor beauty in Castle Village.$699,000
GORGEOUS FLEX 2 BEDROOM WITH PARTIAL RIVER AND GWB VIEWS Loaded with charm, sunlight and open southern views, you ll delight in having ample, flexible space to live comfortably as ...$617,000
Huge 2 bed 2 bath Prewar apartment in classic Art Deco Building in gorgeous Hudson Heights.$860,000
Amazing Hudson River views, and top floor !$725,000
Welcome to apartment 5, located on the second level, overlooking a beautiful tree lined courtyard.$385,000
Back on market, buyer lost financing.$725,000
Large 2BR with majestic Bennett cliff and garden view.$599,000
Welcome to your new home in Hudson Heights !$385,000
In this difficult time of city living, this beautifully renovated apartment offers you the best that Manhattan has to offer.$1,475,000
INVESTOR FRIENDLY New condos in Hudson Heights ?$510,400
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