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#1 in Inwood , #1 in Kew Gardens, NY , #4 in Washington Heights , #4 in Harlem , #4 in East Village

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Moroti Realty

#1 in High Bridge , #1 in Columbia University , #1 in CUNY Bernard M Baruch College , #2 in Bronx, NY , #2 in University Heights

 
 

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Pet Friendly

Pet Friendly

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Washington Heights was named the fourth-safest Manhattan community by DNA Info, a New York news source. This solidified its status as one of the safest neighborhoods in all of Manhattan. Since the crime has dropped, the area’s negative reputation has significantly improved. Just three decades ago, there was a widespread cocaine problem in Washington Heights. Gangs in the area sold drugs and were responsible for a high murder rate as well. But the police gained control of the situation, and it was ameliorated in the mid-90s. Now, the neighborhood is far removed from this rocky part of its history, and plans on flourishing in the future.

 
 
Recreation

Recreation

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Manhattan is arguably the most desirable place to rent in the entire country because something is always going on. If you live here you’ll be just ten miles away from downtown Manhattan, which is, I think, the liveliest place in the world. Washington Heights itself also offers great recreation. It has eight beautiful parks, including Bennett Park, the highest point in Manhattan. Fort Tryon Park is home to the famous Cloisters museum, and Riverside Park is a gorgeous waterfront space. But, as I mentioned, if you’re looking for things to do on the weekend or otherwise, you will be thankful for the close proximity of downtown Manhattan and all the activities it offers.

 
 

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Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 0 Bed $1,375 225 Bennett Avenue, New York, NY July 26th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,400 867 W 181St Street, New York, NY July 26th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,700 666 W 162Nd Street, New York, NY July 26th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,500 869 Riverside Drive, New York, NY July 26th
thumbnail 4 Bed $3,325 217 Haven Avenue, New York, NY July 26th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,675 38 Sickles Street, New York, NY July 26th
thumbnail 3 Bed $2,200 470 W 166Th Street, New York, NY July 25th
thumbnail 4 Bed $3,200 910 Riverside Drive, New York, NY July 25th
thumbnail 4 Bed $3,395 500564 W 157Th Street, New York, NY July 25th
thumbnail 3 Bed $2,900 436 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, NY July 25th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Two - Four $2,000 - $3,200
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