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About 559 W 144th St New York, NY 10031
Make Hamilton Heights your new home after seeing this newly renovated TRUE Four bedroom apartment. This unit features an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances including massive, dishwasher, granite countertops. The living room is a great space, perfect for entertaining your guest or just lounging around on the couch watching television or reading a book. All 4 bedrooms can easily accommodate a full to queen size bed, plus additional furniture,and has a built in closet for additional storage space. Gleaming hardwood floors, 2 marble bathrooms, live in super and walking distance to the train makes this place a must see!
About the Neighborhood:
Hamilton Heights is something of a mystery to most New Yorkers, but don’t let the obscurity fool you; the neighborhood is rich in history and beautiful architecture. The quiet spot is principally known for City College on 137th Street, which is notable for its remarkable gothic architecture and academic excellence. This charming neighborhood has many angled streets that disrupt the grid and smaller buildings that give many sections an open, spacious feel not found in many other Manhattan neighborhoods. Hamilton Heights is a haven for students, actors, and professionals looking for affordable, spacious apartments.
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Looking to move to Manhattan but need affordability? Hamilton Heights might just be the answer you’re looking for.
The community has a very friendly vibe and low cost of living. Named after Alexander Hamilton, a U.S. Founding Father, Hamilton Heights contains many city parks and scenic views of the Hudson River. Riverbank State Park is an expansive green space featuring state-of-the-art sports facilities, a playground, and amphitheater. If you get hungry at the park, stop by Sofrito’s for delicious food and hip music.
Hamilton Heights could be your forever home if you make it; it’s also the home of The Harlem School of the Arts and City College of New York. Traveling to work is easy and convenient, thanks to the 145 Street and 137 Street – City College subway stations.