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Inwood

Neighborhood Amenities


Map by Remie Geoffroi  

1. Mamajuana Cafe
247 Dyckman St.
Flamenco nights, tapas, ceviche, deejayed parties.

2. New Leaf Restaurant & Bar
1 Margaret Corbin Dr.
Fine dining in Fort Tryon Park. All proceeds go to fund Bette Midler’s New York Restoration Project.

3. Indian Road Café
600 W. 218th St.
Panini, enchiladas, an extensive beer menu.

4. Piper’s Kilt
4946 Broadway
Much-loved pub with an intense trivia night on Tuesdays.

5. Beans & Vines
4842 Broadway
Upmarket spot that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Try the Moroccan chicken sandwich.

6. Papasito Mexican Grill & Agave Bar
223 Dyckman St.
Cocktails with fun names (Boca-Rosa-Dita, Salvia Roja, the Painting) and live music on Sundays.

7. Corcho Wine Room
231 Dyckman St.
Spanish wines, sangría served via porrón (a pitcher poured straight into your mouth), and a large tapas menu.

8. Inwood Greenmarket
Isham St. nr. Seaman Ave
Local produce, eggs, milk, cheese, and baked goods every Saturday, all year long.

9. Inwood Hill Nature Center
Inwood Hill Park, 218th St. and Indian Rd.
Your first stop in Inwood Hill Park; also hosts nature-themed exhibits.

10. The Cloisters
99 Margaret Corbin Dr., Fort Tryon Park
The Metropolitan’s astounding uptown annex of medieval art.

11. Bread and Yoga
Temporarily at the Holy Trinity Church, 20 Cumming St.
A major fire displaced this popular studio, whose yoga programs are augmented by Pilates and cooking classes, money-management workshops, and summer camps.

12. Inwood Canoe Club
Dyckman St. at the Hudson River
A nonprofit that launches kayak and canoe trips from its boathouse.

13. Dyckman Farm House
4881 Broadway at 204th St.
The last standing Dutch Colonial farmhouse in Manhattan; now a museum.


On the Market


14. 50 Park Terrace East, Apartment 4B
Asking price: $485,000
A corner apartment with two bedrooms and two baths, a sunken living room and a renovated kitchen (Silestone counters, cherry cabinets, stainless-steel appliances) in a co-op with storage for bikes and air-conditioners. Personal lockers are available for a fee.
Agents: Perry Payne and Thomas Healy, Prudential Douglas Elliman.


15. 225 Bennett Avenue, Apartment 2P
Asking price: $169,000
Maintenance: $372 per month
A studio with dressing room in a pet-friendly thirties co-op.
Agent: Jennifer Pasbjerg, Halstead Property.

16. 45 Park Terrace West, Apartment 4F
Asking price: $289,000
Maintenance: $686 per month.
A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a sunken living room and views of Isham Park. Inwood Hill Park is a short walk away.
Agent: Kelly Cole, the Corcoran Group

17. 90 Park Terrace East, Apartment 5B
To Rent: $1,075 per month
A 450-square-foot studio with a windowed kitchen and storage.
Agent: Robert Kleinbardt, New Heights Realty.


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