A Private Studio Apartment, Micro Apartment
in Historic District of Washington Heights
Washington for George Washington who occupied now museum historic former Mansion in 1776. Jumel mansion is 2 blocks away"
Private apartment w Shared Bathroom
wifi, printer, refrigerator, AC, Heat, convection microwave, electric kettle, nyc guides to peruse
Conveniently located 1 block from A C D E Subway Train and 3 blocks from # 1 2 3 subway train linking you to the rest of Manhattan.
1st floor Private Secure entrance
In 2011, Washington Heights was the fourth-safest neighborhood in Manhattan, according to an analysis of police records by (website hidden). Its "Crime and Safety Report," which ranks every neighborhood in the five boroughs, found that the drop in crime in Upper Manhattan led the neighborhood nearly to the top; Inwood ranked third. By comparison, Greenwich Village ranked 68th.
Heralding the arts scene north of Central Park is the annual Uptown Arts Stroll. Artists from Washington Heights, Inwood and Marble Hill are featured in public locations throughout upper Manhattan each summer for several weeks. As of 2008, the Uptown Art Stroll is run by Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance. The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), led by Executive Director Sandra A. García Betancourt, was founded in 2007 to support artists and arts organizations in Washington Heights and Inwood. Their stated mission is to cultivate, support and promote the work of artists and arts organizations in Northern Manhattan.
The New Balance Track and Field Center, located in the Fort Washington Avenue Armory, maintains an Olympic-caliber track that is one of the fastest in the world. Starting in January 2012, the Millrose Games will be held there after nearly a century in Madison Square Garden.
In addition, high school and colleges hold meets at the Armory regularly, and it is open to the public, for a fee, for training. The auditorium seats 2,300 people.
Also at the Armory is The National Track and Field Hall of Fame, along with the Charles B. Rangel Technology & Learning Center for children and students in middle school and high school. The facility is operated by the Armory Foundation, which was created in 1993.
The Armory is the starting point for an annual road race founded by Peter M. Walsh, the Coogan’s Salsa, Blues, and Shamrocks 5K, which is run in March. The race is sanctioned by the New York Road Runners, and counts toward a guaranteed starting spot in the New York Marathon.
Mountain bike races take place in Highbridge Park in the spring and summer. Sponsored by the New York City Mountain Bike Association, the races are held on alternate Thursdays and are open to professional competitors and amateurs. Participating in these races is free, but the All-City Cross Country Classic requires a registration fee because prize money is awarded.
Extreme swimmers take part in the Little Red Lighthouse Swim, a 5.85-mile swim in the Hudson River from Clinton Cove (Pier 96) to Jeffrey’s Hook, the location of the Little Red Lighthouse. The annual race, sponsored by the Manhattan Island Foundation, attracts more than 200 competitors. The course records for men and women were both set in 1998. Jeffrey Jotz, 28, of Rahway, N.J., finished in 1 hour, 7 minutes and 36 seconds. Julie Walsh-Arlis, 31, of New York, finished in 1:12:45.
A group of local politicians, sports enthusiasts, and community organizers have, for the past two years, organized an event for children called the "Uptown Games." The event has an aim of "teaching kids at an early age what a pleasure it is to be physically active," according to one of the 2012 organizers, Cliff Sperber, of the New York Road Runners Association. The Uptown Games is held at the Fort Washington Avenue Armory.
A private small studio apartment space. Complete with refrigerator, AC, Convection Microwave, Wifi, printer, Towels, Bedding, Storage,
very little, when I rent, I go out of town, but I have close friends in building to manage guest concerns.
The convenience to the A express train putting all Manhattan at your fingertips, safety, Historical sites like Morris Jumel Mansion 2 blocks away, Diversity, convenience to everything from food to fun, museums, art, film, clubs, pubs, parks, sports, concerts, and breathtaking views
absolutely 1/2 block to subway
the bathroom is shared with 1 other private apartment