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545 Apartments for rent in Washington Heights, New York, NY

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Gracie Court
920 Riverside Dr
New York, NY
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,625
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 28 at 09:06 PM
Excellent location, just steps from the Hudson River and Fort Washington Park. Building has on-site laundry, parking, and elevator. Units include refrigerator, bathtub, oven, and range.
1 Unit Available
19 Sylvan Terrace
19 Sylvan Terrace
New York, NY
Studio
$3,750
500 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:44 AM
Garden apartment in a historic 1882 townhouse features a lovely, private patio that looks out onto the Jumel Mansion?Manhattans oldest house.
1 Unit Available
930 Saint Nicholas Avenue
930 Saint Nicholas Avenue
New York, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$2,400
1100 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
Spacious 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom co-op apartment for rent located in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan.
1 Unit Available
502 W 167 Street
502 West 167th Street
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
800 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
LOVELY 2BR, 2ND FLOOR OF WALKUP, LARGE TRUE EIK WITH WINDOW, HARDWOOD FLOORS, UPDATED ALL, NICE, QUIET - MOVE IN OCT 1, NEXT TO MANY SUBWAYS, BUSES, COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL, TONS OF SHOPPING, HIGHBRIDGE PARK / POOL, COFFEE SHOP IN LOBBY
1 Unit Available
225 Bennett Avenue
225 Bennett Avenue
New York, NY
Studio
$1,650
575 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
LARGE STUDIO & A HALF, TRUE EAT IN KITCHEN WITH 2 WALLS OF WINDOWS, HARDWOOD FLOORS, CLOSETS, ELEVATOR, LIVE IN SUPER, STEPS TO SUBWAY & FT TRYON PARK / SHOWING NOW - AVAILABLE NOW - :)
1 Unit Available
598 W 191st St
598 West 191st Street
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,568
640 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 30 at 07:04 AM
$1568 Large two bedroom plus one full bath. Great location. Washington Heights. One year lease. Guarantors accepted. Amazing 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment in Washington Heights. Utilities included: heat, air conditioning and water. Is pet friendly.
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275 Fort Washington Avenue 55
275 Fort Washington Avenue
New York, NY
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3 Bedrooms
$3,150
1075 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Gorgeous 3 Bedroom/ Fort Washington Ave - Property Id: 86297 LISTING ID: BLA - 66352 THE APARTMENT: Large double pane windows allowing plenty of natural sunlight to shine in onto the freshly polished hardwood floors. Pics of similar unit.
1 Unit Available
707 W 176th St 4
707 West 176th Street
New York, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,850
600 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Huge One Bedroom Apartment Washington Heights - Property Id: 125234 Spacious 1 bedroom apartment/ in the heart of Washington Heights, apartment is large and bright with high ceilings.
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938 SAINT NICHOLAS AVENUE 5B
938 Saint Nicholas Ave
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,375
1100 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom apartment/City College - Property Id: 86271 LISTING ID: BLA - 66352 THE APARTMENT: Gorgeous Large 1Bedroom 1bathroom Apartment in an elevator building, brand new hardwood floors.
1 Unit Available
260 Fort Washington 56
260 Fort Washington Avenue
New York, NY
1 Bedroom
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4 Bedrooms
$3,675
1300 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Outrageous 4 Bedroom/ 2 Bath in Washington Heights - Property Id: 86298 THE APARTMENT: Elevator!, Laundry!, Stain Steel Appliances!, Microwave!, Lives In Super!, High Ceilings!,Granite Counter Top!, Hardwood Floor!, Wood Cabinet!, Bright and
1 Unit Available
1798 Riverside Dr 6B
1798 Riverside Drive
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,795
763 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Gorgeous 2BR/2BTH Inwood - Next to Fort Tryon Park - Property Id: 95040 LISTING ID: STE - 66352 NO FEE****NO FEE***** NO FEE*****NO FEE NO FEE****NO FEE***** NO FEE*****NO FEE DESCRIPTION: -Steps to the 1 & A Trains -Easy access to Henry Hudson
1 Unit Available
105 Audubon Avenue 44
105 Audubon Avenue
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
800 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Large Renovated 2 Bedroom In Washington Heights - Property Id: 86226 APARTMENT: -Tons of Natural Light -Beautiful Hardwood Floors -Great closets in each bedroom -Large upgraded separate kitchen -Big living room -Laundry in Building -Right by the
1 Unit Available
73 Thayer St 3
73 Thayer Street
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
750 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Brand New 2BR Apartment (all pets welcome) - Property Id: 330921 brand new gut renovated 2br apt only a block away from the trains and the amazing ft tryon park ground floor with private entrance exposed brick totally pet friendly The price
1 Unit Available
500 W 190th St 4F
500 West 190th Street
New York, NY
1 Bedroom
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3 Bedrooms
$2,225
800 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
HUGE 3BR APARTMENT - Property Id: 324920 huge 3br prewar big layout great sunlight big rooms close to subway must see July start The price advertised is an average price based on 12 month lease at $2595/month with 2 free months.
1 Unit Available
463 W 159th St 1
463 West 159th Street
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$2,395
800 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Brand New 3BR (with Laundry) - Property Id: 324871 this brand new 3br apt is located on the most quiet block on 159th st and edgecombe ave. 1 block to the c train and close proximity to the 1, and a trains.
1 Unit Available
209 Wadsworth Ave 54
209 Wadsworth Avenue
New York, NY
4 Bedrooms
$2,895
896 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Brand New 4BR Apartment - Property Id: 335275 brand new 4br state-of-the-art finishes exposed brick ideal location! Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
382 Wadsworth Ave 1B
382 Wadsworth Ave
New York, NY
5 Bedrooms
$4,195
1500 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
"THE MASTERPIECE" HUGE 5BR 2BATH - Property Id: 325928 we call it "The Masterpiece"! huge 5br 2 bath with island kitchen washer dryer in the unit dishwasher gigantic rooms! exposed brick everywhere! must see - rare opening NO FEE! Apply at
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68 Thayer St 1
68 Thayer Street
New York, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,395
750 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Beautiful 3BR Apartment (all pets welcome) - Property Id: 324475 brand new gut renovated 3br apt only a block away from the trains and the amazing ft tryon park ground floor with private entrance exposed brick totally pet friendly The price
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465 W 159th St B2
465 W 159th St
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,895
650 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Great 2BR APT (with Laundry) (all pets welcome) - Property Id: 333569 great 2br private entrance laundry in the bldg 100% pet friendly super quiet block walking distance to Columbia Presbyterian must see! The price advertised is an average
1 Unit Available
830 W 177th St 4A
830 West 177th Street
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,195
800 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Extra Large, Bright & Sunny 2 Bedroom - Property Id: 330918 WEST OF BROADWAY! Extra Large, Bright & Sunny 2 Bedroom Quiet Residential Block NO BROKER FEE A Express Train ON THE BLOCK Steps to Columbia Presbyterian Modern Renovation Spacious,
1 Unit Available
4308 Broadway 4
4308 Broadway
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,095
580 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
GUT RENOVATED 2BR APT ON BROADWAY - Property Id: 326180 GUT RENOVATED 2 BEDROOM APT ON BROADWAY LOW FLOOR This listing is right by the precinct, and has multiple eateries and amenities around.
1 Unit Available
509 W 189th St 5H
509 West 189th Street
New York, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,350
800 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
STATE OF THE ART 3BR - Property Id: 324883 STATE OF THE ART 3BR EXPOSED BRICK HUGE LIVING ROOM GREAT SUNLIGHT Close to 1 train & Park MUST SEE Price advertised is based on a 12 months lease at $2550.00/month with 1 month free.
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70 Pinehurst Ave 23
70 Pinehurst Avenue
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,795
550 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 09:34 AM
Beautiful 2BR - Property Id: 340540 West of Broadway Low Floor Brand New 1 block away from the A Express train! Must See Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
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526 West 161st Street
526 West 161st Street
New York, NY
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$2,750
Last updated August 22 at 06:19 AM
This is a true 3 bedroom apartment with all are QUEENS Sized. Kitchen features Full Chefs Range and Microwave, custom granite countertops, breakfast bar, Dishwasher and wide plank oak floors and amazing custom lighting.
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Renting in Washington Heights, NY

Situated above Harlem in New York City, Washington Heights opens up a world of stunning green space, phenomenal food, and a neighborhood with a vibrant Latino Heritage. Theater fans may know the neighborhood from the In the Heights Broadway musical. Whether you're new to the area or just discovering this up and coming gem, put Washington Heights on your apartment hunting list.

Although Manhattan rents aren't cheap by any standards, Washington Heights will still yield affordable options in comparison to other neighborhoods located in the heart of Manhattan. Renters can still find the bars, restaurants, and coffee shops they're looking for along with block parties thrown by longtime locals.

Older apartment buildings, multi-floor walk-ups, rowhouses, and townhouses are the norm around this diverse and transitioning neighborhood. However, ambitious renovations of Pre-War buildings and newer complexes can also be found around Washington Heights at a higher price tag. Like anywhere in Manhattan, the better the water views and access to amenities and the subway, the higher the rents.

Renting in Washington Heights, NY

Situated above Harlem in New York City, Washington Heights opens up a world of stunning green space, phenomenal food, and a neighborhood with a vibrant Latino Heritage. Theater fans may know the neighborhood from the In the Heights Broadway musical. Whether you're new to the area or just discovering this up and coming gem, put Washington Heights on your apartment hunting list.

Although Manhattan rents aren't cheap by any standards, Washington Heights will still yield affordable options in comparison to other neighborhoods located in the heart of Manhattan. Renters can still find the bars, restaurants, and coffee shops they're looking for along with block parties thrown by longtime locals.

Older apartment buildings, multi-floor walk-ups, rowhouses, and townhouses are the norm around this diverse and transitioning neighborhood. However, ambitious renovations of Pre-War buildings and newer complexes can also be found around Washington Heights at a higher price tag. Like anywhere in Manhattan, the better the water views and access to amenities and the subway, the higher the rents.

Transportation

Driving in Washington Heights

Like anywhere in New York City, driving around in Washington Heights is challenging with dense traffic packing the streets. Your best bet is taking the 9A along the West Side for dazzling water views while traveling north or south of the city. The George Washington Bridge is also accessible from Washington Heights to simplify travel to New Jersey or the Bronx.

You can find street parking in the Washington Heights easier than other parts of Manhattan, but you'll still need to scour to secure a spot. Weekly street cleaning will also make it necessary to move your car or face fines. Some parking lots are also available. However, most locals prefer to walk or take the subway than deal with keeping a car. Parking at an apartment complex is also rare in Washington Heights.

Washington Heights Public Transit

Depending on where you live, a commute from Washington Heights to work can feel like a trek. The best way to get to Washington Heights is from the A express to 8th Avenue to 155th Street or the C local to reach to 168th Street. New York's MTA public buses also reach Washington Heights to give more flexibility to the area. Rideshares like Lyft and Uber, as well as taxis, are also readily available.

Washington Heights is a welcome reprieve from Manhattan's sky-high rents, although you will pay a premium to live anywhere in the city. Search for a Washington Heights apartment that fits your budget from renovated apartments to older walk-ups with basic amenities.

The competition for an apartment is less intense in Washington Heights than other parts of the city, but you still need to come ready to sign to score the best deals in this up and coming gem.

Transportation

Driving in Washington Heights

Like anywhere in New York City, driving around in Washington Heights is challenging with dense traffic packing the streets. Your best bet is taking the 9A along the West Side for dazzling water views while traveling north or south of the city. The George Washington Bridge is also accessible from Washington Heights to simplify travel to New Jersey or the Bronx.

You can find street parking in the Washington Heights easier than other parts of Manhattan, but you'll still need to scour to secure a spot. Weekly street cleaning will also make it necessary to move your car or face fines. Some parking lots are also available. However, most locals prefer to walk or take the subway than deal with keeping a car. Parking at an apartment complex is also rare in Washington Heights.

Washington Heights Public Transit

Depending on where you live, a commute from Washington Heights to work can feel like a trek. The best way to get to Washington Heights is from the A express to 8th Avenue to 155th Street or the C local to reach to 168th Street. New York's MTA public buses also reach Washington Heights to give more flexibility to the area. Rideshares like Lyft and Uber, as well as taxis, are also readily available.

Washington Heights is a welcome reprieve from Manhattan's sky-high rents, although you will pay a premium to live anywhere in the city. Search for a Washington Heights apartment that fits your budget from renovated apartments to older walk-ups with basic amenities.

The competition for an apartment is less intense in Washington Heights than other parts of the city, but you still need to come ready to sign to score the best deals in this up and coming gem.

Demographics

A mix of locals lives in Washington Heights' densely packed core, where local families include age from babies to senior citizens. However, the average age of residents are in their mid-30s, with an influx of young professionals flocking to Washington Heights to find more space and affordable rents.

Nearly half of Washington Heights' neighborhood is Latino, although the area is also experiencing ongoing transition and gentrification. Ethnic food shops and eateries fill the air with the scent of freshly baked goods while up and coming restaurants and LGBTQ+ bars set-up shop.

Demographics

A mix of locals lives in Washington Heights' densely packed core, where local families include age from babies to senior citizens. However, the average age of residents are in their mid-30s, with an influx of young professionals flocking to Washington Heights to find more space and affordable rents.

Nearly half of Washington Heights' neighborhood is Latino, although the area is also experiencing ongoing transition and gentrification. Ethnic food shops and eateries fill the air with the scent of freshly baked goods while up and coming restaurants and LGBTQ+ bars set-up shop.

Top Tourists Attractions

Get acquainted with Washington Heights with a walk along the Audubon Terrace Historic District featuring Beaux-Arts and American Renaissance buildings on the west side of Broadway.

You can also make your way to the Hispanic Society Museum & Library from the Audubon Terrace Historic District to see over 900 paintings, 6,000 watercolors, and thousands of pieces of prints and objects and drawings of Spanish artwork. The collection includes works from El Greco, Velázquez, Goya, and Sorolla.

Beyond the Audubon Terrace, Manhattan's oldest house can also be found in Washington Heights at the Morris Jumel Mansion. Built as a summer house in 1765, the home sat on 135-acres of land that stretched between the Harlem and Hudson Rivers. General George Washington and his officers transformed the home into their headquarters in 1776 and victoriously planned the Battle of Harlem Heights from the mansion.

Top Tourists Attractions

Get acquainted with Washington Heights with a walk along the Audubon Terrace Historic District featuring Beaux-Arts and American Renaissance buildings on the west side of Broadway.

You can also make your way to the Hispanic Society Museum & Library from the Audubon Terrace Historic District to see over 900 paintings, 6,000 watercolors, and thousands of pieces of prints and objects and drawings of Spanish artwork. The collection includes works from El Greco, Velázquez, Goya, and Sorolla.

Beyond the Audubon Terrace, Manhattan's oldest house can also be found in Washington Heights at the Morris Jumel Mansion. Built as a summer house in 1765, the home sat on 135-acres of land that stretched between the Harlem and Hudson Rivers. General George Washington and his officers transformed the home into their headquarters in 1776 and victoriously planned the Battle of Harlem Heights from the mansion.

Parks and Recreation

The best attractions in Washington Heights encompass its gorgeous green space that softens the bustle of city living. Fort Washington Park features expansive views of the Jersey Palisades, where basketball courts, tennis courts, playgrounds, and baseball fields connect the neighborhood with their favorite sports.

Fort Washington Park is also home to the historic Little Red Lighthouse, the real-life protagonist in the beloved children's book. Although you can't go inside or climb the structure, it's a whimsical spot to take a picnic and let the kids roam.

After thoroughly exploring the westside views, locals can enjoy the east side of Washington Heights at the oldest standing bridge in New York City. The High Bridge connects Manhattan to the Bronx with a convenient path for pedestrians and cyclists looking to explore. The bridge is also home to the Bridge Water Tower Terrace, which the city occasionally opens for tours.

Parks and Recreation

The best attractions in Washington Heights encompass its gorgeous green space that softens the bustle of city living. Fort Washington Park features expansive views of the Jersey Palisades, where basketball courts, tennis courts, playgrounds, and baseball fields connect the neighborhood with their favorite sports.

Fort Washington Park is also home to the historic Little Red Lighthouse, the real-life protagonist in the beloved children's book. Although you can't go inside or climb the structure, it's a whimsical spot to take a picnic and let the kids roam.

After thoroughly exploring the westside views, locals can enjoy the east side of Washington Heights at the oldest standing bridge in New York City. The High Bridge connects Manhattan to the Bronx with a convenient path for pedestrians and cyclists looking to explore. The bridge is also home to the Bridge Water Tower Terrace, which the city occasionally opens for tours.