Co-op, Prewar
61 units
  • 61 RESIDENCES
  • 6 STORIES
  • BUILT 1936

The Details

About

One of Inwood's great Deco co-ops with a resident Super, private and bike storage plus laundry. Located near the A train, affordable parking with easy access to the West Side Highway and all major metropolitan roadways, restaurants, shopping and Isham Park with a year round Saturday Green Market. Spectacular Inwood Hill Park, also around the corner, offers hiking trails, ball fields, tennis cou...

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

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Get to know Inwood

While Inwood, at the very northern tip of Manhattan, is home to the island’s last old-growth forest (in Inwood Park), developers began to construct apartments here at the start of the 20th century, following the completion of the IRT (now the 1 line) in 1906. The many art deco buildings here date from a later boom following the opening of the Eighth Avenue IND (today’s A train) in 1932. Although Inwood isn’t as bucolic as it once was, it has a quieter atmosphere than much of Manhattan. Because most buildings are under 12 stories, and because much of Inwood is covered by its namesake park and is surrounded on water by three sides, it can feel like the borough’s big sky country. Broadway is the commercial heart of Inwood and also is a dividing line of sorts, with the area’s substantial Dominican population concentrated to its east.

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