Half a block away from the historic Highbridge Park in Washington Heights, Heights 163 is a new apartment building in the neighborhood with homes that, true to its name, reach the pinnacle of luxury living in New York City. The five full-floor units in Heights 163 are furnished the very best in modern fixtures and finishes, making living here a very pleasurable experience.
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Washington Heights sits north of Harlem on a high ridge that makes it the most elevated point in Manhattan. In New York history, too, the neighborhood that runs from 155th Street all the way up to Dyckman Street has an exalted position. Once one of Manhattan's most glamorous neighborhoods, Washington Heights is still home to a number of stately brownstones and old mansions. The oldest of these is the Morris-Jumel Mansion, which anchors the landmarked Jumel Terrace Historic District. For all the architectural history lining its blocks, though, Washington Heights is anything but stodgy -- an influx of immigrants have given Washington Heights a lively food culture and 24-hour life, while an assortment of ambitious renovations of pre-war apartment buildings has greatly enhanced the stock of pre-war apartments in Washington Heights. New construction condominiums are still scarce north of 155th, but the townhomes that have long defined the neighborhood have benefited greatly from a recent wave of restoration.
Many of these Washington Heights residences offer easy access to both the lovely Fort Tryon Park and some of the most stunning river views in Manhattan, of both the George Washington Bridge and New Jersey's Palisades. Thanks to a cultural mix unlike any in Manhattan, Washington Heights has re-emerged after decades of decline as a lively and fast-rising neighborhood, and as one of the last undiscovered gems in the Manhattan real estate market.
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Starting at West 147th Street and reaching all the way up to West 158th Street, the Riverside Drive Condominiums are seven individual pre-war condo buildings extending from Hamilton Heights into Washington Heights. The latest of these to hit the market is the building at 835 Riverside Drive, which, like the rest of the buildings on this block, offer beautiful pre-war residences that have been renovated to reflect modern tastes with the charm of the past.
The Highbridge is a boutique luxury condo in vibrant Washington Heights. It offers 39 well-appointed studios, one- and two-bedroom residences with modern aesthetics and floor-to-ceiling windows. Amenities include an exercise room, bike room, private storage, and a common roof deck with stunning city and park views. Conveniently located near NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and subway lines. High-end finishes, low common charges, and a 15-year tax abatement make it an exceptional value. Own a luxurious condo in one of Manhattan's most desirable areas.