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Fort Washington Park

Posted by in Featured, Other, Parks

Fort Washington Park is the perfect rural retreat for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s a lush green space that offers spectacular views to the Hudson River and the New Jersey Palisades. Learn all about this beautiful park’s history by reading below.

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Washington Heights Zip Codes

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Washington Heights is home to several zip codes and it can be confusing to figure out where one starts and the next one ends. That’s why we’ve put together a convenient guide with quick overview on the block ranges of each of the Washington Heights zip codes. The guide also includes a complete list of the most notable landmarks and educational institutions according to their location. Get the full rundown by reading below!

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Best Laundromats in Washington Heights

Posted by on Apr 8, 2017 in Community, Convenience Services


For those of you Washington Heights residents who prefer to do your own laundry, here’s a brief list of the top rated laundromats in Washington Heights!  I’ve excluded any who have only a small number of online reviews.

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Inwood Hill Park

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Inwood Hill Park is a rare rural retreat in the midst of the concrete jungle that is NYC. It is the only naturally occurring forest in the city. The hilly terrain and wild landscape makes this park have an idyllic and peaceful feel to it that can’t be found anywhere else in Manhattan. The uphill location also makes it a great spot to see the rest of the city from a vantage point of view. Read below to learn more about this historic and intriguing park!

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James Bailey House in Hamilton Heights

Posted by on Mar 24, 2017 in Community, History, Other

The James Bailey House stands today as a reminder of the neighborhood’s rich past and history. The majestic residence is located within the areas of Sugar Hill and Hamilton Heights and features some of the most striking Romanesque Revival architecture. Discover why this hidden gem is considered to be the “Grey Gardens” of Washington Heights by reading below!

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