What to Expect
- Many exciting new restaurants and bars
- Historical row houses
- Direct access to Hudson River path and parks
- Vibrant art and music scene
Nestled between Manhattanville to the south and Washington Heights to the north, you’ll find the charming enclave of Hamilton Heights. Thanks to the smash Broadway hit, Hamilton: An American Musical, we all know this diverse neighborhood in northern Manhattan was once the home of founding father Alexander Hamilton. The designation of this neighborhood as a Historic District has kept its rich origins alive, and the preserved pre-Revolutionary row houses that line the picturesque streets of this neighborhood are one of the area’s biggest draws. The relative affordability of housing in Hamilton Heights along with its accessibility to green spaces, multiple subway lines, and an influx of hip restaurants and bars featuring cuisines from all over the globe, has made the neighborhood popular with families and young professionals alike.
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