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Neighborhood - Inwood
Occupying the northern tip of Manhattan and secluded from the hustle and bustle of downtown, Inwood provides a friendly neighborhood feel with access to sprawling green spaces and outdoor activities. Bound by the Harlem River, the Hudson River and Fairview Avenue, it lies north of Washington Heights and south of the Bronx. Inwood features historic buildings, a hilly topography and, in Fort Tryon Park, the last remaining original forest on the island of Manhattan.
A diverse set of residents populates the neighborhood, with many families drawn to the area by its numerous schools and a slower pace of life. Professionals of all types live in the neighborhood too, particularly those who work in the Bronx or enjoy a more suburban feel in the midst of an urban metropolis. The community’s walkable streets, relatively affordable rents and increasingly diverse arts scene also attract residents.