575 WEST 175TH ST

575 WEST 175TH ST
NEW YORK, NY 10033


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NYC  575 WEST 175TH ST 046
575 WEST 175TH ST
NEW YORK, NY 10033
A beautiful three-bedroom apartment located in Upper Manhattan.
3 bedrooms $3,250
use the Asubway line

Located in Washington Heights stands 575 West 175th Street. The property itself is situated in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York, a culturally vibrant community. Additionally, because of the properties location, residents will have easy access to such nearby attractions as Riverside Drives Park and the George Washington Bridge.

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NYC Washington Heights 575 WEST 175TH ST 046     A beautiful renovated three-bedroom apartment located in Upper Manhattan. This lovely apartment features stainless steel appliances, a built-in microwave, elegant wooden cabinets, and hardwood floors. There is plenty of space and closets. Contact us today for more infor... 575-046 view current offer detailsOffering 1-Month FREE 3
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Venture above 110th Street to witness the urban renewal taking place across the upper reaches of Manhattan. From Harlem to Inwood, individuals and businesses alike have committed to upgrading the amenities and attractions in these traditionally workforce neighborhoods. It means modernized apartments in classic New York buildings; a more diverse selection of top restaurants and shopping destinations. One thing staying the same is Upper Manhattan’s abundance of public parks and outdoor areas, the perfect compliment to the upgraded residential and commercial landscape. Hop on many of the public transportation options to this burgeoning section of New York City and check out the new Upper Manhattan.