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50 Park Terrace East
Inwood, Manhattan, NY 10034

Pre-war Co-op

72 units
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  • 72 residences
  • 8 stories
  • BUILT 1941

The Details About 50 Park Terrace East

One of Inwoods great Deco Buildings, this co-op offers a live-in porter, central laundry. bike storage and regular storage. Ideally located for quick access to both the #1 train and A express as well as the Saturday Farmers Market on Isham, cafes, restaurants and the amazing Inwood Hill Park with nearly 200 acres of hiking trails, activities and natural splendor.

key features
  • Guarantors allowed
  • Central laundry room

50 Park Terrace East Units

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    • For Sale
    • Sold
    • Rented
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Get to know Inwood

Much like other areas of northern Manhattan, Inwood was spread out and bucolic until mass transit arrived in the early 20th century. Some remnants remain, including the Seaman-Drake Arch. The marble structure formerly served as the entrance to a 19th-century hillside mansion and today sits between local businesses as the only free-standing arch in Manhattan outside Washington Square Park. There’s also the Dyckman House, a Dutch Colonial-style farmhouse, and the oldest remaining structure of its kind in the borough. Art Deco apartments constructed around the 1930s serve as a bit of a modern-day signature for the area, along with a Historic District consisting of two-story Tudor or Colonial Revival houses built between 1920 and 1925. The northern terminus of the island of Manhattan—technically, Marble Hill is the northernmost neighborhood—Inwood puts a fittingly distinctive cap on the borough’s enduring majesty.

Inwood Neighborhood Guide