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Neighborhood Profiles
Hudson Heights

Hudson Heights, which stretches roughly from 181st to 193rd Street between Broadway and the river, is a manufactured name created by brokers and co-op owners in the mid-nineties to psychologically distance the area from the rest of Washington Heights. While prices have gone up in recent years, the cost of a one-bedroom co-op ($130,000-$275,000) is still about half that of one on the Upper West Side. New, higher-end commercial development has also crept in, but the biggest boon to the area is the $84 million ferry-terminal project, which will open in stages over the next three years. — ROB TURNER

In our archive
Best of New York: Above 103rd (March 25, 2002)
Affordable Neighborhoods: Hudson Heights (September 17, 2001)
Apartment Prices

Sample prices taken from the 2002 Apartment Guide.

Studios: $90K -$225K
One-bedrooms: $150K -$300K

Real Estate Listings

Offsite resources

Brokers specializing in Hudson Heights properties
Cabrini Terrace Co-op apartment listings
Stein-Perry Real Estate Best broker pick

The Schools

Offsite resources

Elementary and Middle Schools
Community School District 6 Click 'proceed to school list' under District 6.

High Schools
George Washington Educational Campus

School Report Cards
School Report Cards Most recent online data from the Board of Education.


Offsite resources

Weekly Crime Stats (in PDF format)
Precinct 33, (Washington Heights and Inwoodl): 2120 Amsterdam Avenue, 212-927-3272 (Adobe Acrobat PDF file).

Precinct 34, (Washington Heights and Inwoodl): 4295 Broadway, 212-927-9711 (Adobe Acrobat PDF file).

The Scene

Bleu Evolution: Eccentric yet elegant bar and restaurant serving drinks and hearty food to an enthusiastic neighborhood crowd.

Other Helpful (or Interesting) Websites

Offsite resources
Community District Profile: Government statistics on the area.

Hudson Heights Owners Coalition: An association of owner-occupied residential properties.

Community Calendar: Lists walking tours and other events

Guide to Inwood and Washington Heights: From

Sponsor Directory
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