Condo/Co-op, Postwar
15 units
  • BUILT 2004

The Details


The Washington is a post-war built in 2004 low-rise elevator building with six-floors and 15 apartments. Building features include a voice intercom system, bike room, gym, storage room, playroom, community rooms, on-site laundry room, on-site Super, wheel chair accessibility, and a keyed common courtyard! Pets welcome!

key features
  • Central laundry room
  • Common courtyard
  • Common garden
  • Common storage
  • Exercise room
  • Video security


Get to know Hamilton Heights

Sandwiched between Morningside Heights and Washington Heights, Hamilton Heights is named after the founding father (and Broadway inspiration) Alexander Hamilton. The home he lived in for the last two years of his life, the Grange, still stands (in St. Nicholas Park, moved from its original location). While this part of Manhattan was rural farmland in Hamilton’s day, beginning at the end of the 19th century, and fueled by the extension of elevated train and subway lines, developers erected stately rowhouses and apartment buildings. The neighborhood’s trajectory mirrored Harlem’s, with many of those homes bought by affluent African-Americans especially in Sugar Hill, an enclave on the eastern side of the neighborhood. And, like Harlem today, Hamilton Heights is enjoying a new wave of interest and becoming a more diverse neighborhood in the process. The main City College campus also gives the area some of the collegiate feeling of neighboring Morningside Heights.

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