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Washington Heights

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Washington Heights is officially the highest point in Manhattan, resulting in hilly terrain with enviable views of the George Washington Bridge and more than its share of ôstep streetsöùoutdoor staircases that connect two streets. Nestled between the Harlem and Hudson Rivers between 155th and Dyckman Streets, ôThe Heightsö has beautiful parks with pedestrian and bike paths, sports fields, The Cloisters museum, and the Morris-Jumel mansion, the city's oldest house. It's a culturally vibrant mix of ethnicities and ages, boasting more millennials than any other New York City neighborhood, drawn to the mom-and-pop shops, independent boutiques, lively bars and restaurants, and rich cultural heritage.
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Things to love about Washington Heights

  • The Cloisters
  • Views of the GW Bridge
  • Step streets
  • Parks and Audubon Terrace
  • Thriving nightlife

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