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Co-op, Prewar
77 units
  • 77 UNITS
  • BUILT 1936

The Details


Designed by esteemed architects Boak and Paris and built in 1936, 250 Cabrini Boulevard stands proudly over the Hudson River in the heart of Hudson Heights. This gorgeous Deco building has recently undergone a full lobby restoration and preservation. This 9 story co-op is one of a few buildings that provides a daily part-time doorman and a stunning roof deck with views from the George Washingto...

key features
  • Doorman
  • Central laundry room
  • Common roof deck
  • Common storage
  • Video security


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Washington Heights

Bordered by the Hudson and East Rivers and stretching towards the northern tip of Manhattan, Washington Heights is a thriving urban neighborhood full of green spaces, vibrant nightlife and a bustling commercial center. The area, only 20 minutes from Penn Station by train, affords residents easy access to all of New York City. It's a charming blend of the old and new, with Manhattan's most historic home sitting alongside brand new real estate developments, providing a unique backdrop for locals and visitors alike.

Washington Heights Neighborhood Guide
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