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Lying in the northern tip of Manhattan, Washington Heights has largely avoided the 47 million tourists that flood New York City every year. Staying in its secluded niche of the city, this neighborhood is the epitome of a diamond in the rough. From the Cloisters and Morris-Jumel Mansion, to the Hispanic Society of America and Yeshiva University, there is something for everyone in the neighborhood that New York forgot. Walking around the streets of Washington Heights, numerous food carts selling anything from sweets to barbecued meat is not an uncommon sight. Many residents of the area earn their living through street vending of fruits and vegetables, shaved ice, and barbecue. In addition, countless restaurants with colorful awnings line the streets serving foods from numerous Latin countries.
This apartment unit is a 2 bedroom apartment unit for rent for $1650 monthly. The building boasts a great location in the Washington Heights area of New York. For those who love great service, this apartment building has a doorman to provide you with great service. The property features balcony, renovated, and, laundry. The property features doorman, laundry, and, elevator and is scheduled to be vacant on May 25, 2012.
This unit is located at 735 W 172 St, a apartment in Washington Heights. Built in 1920, this pre-war low rise property has 56 units.
This listing is no longer active as of November 1st, 2013.
This unit is located in Washington Heights, a neighborhood in New York.
The average price of a 2 bed rental in Washington Heights is $2,338. This unit is listed for $1,650, which makes it 29.41% cheaper than the average 2 bed in this neighborhood.
|Net effect of broker fee||$247|
|Bottom Line Price||$1,897|
|First month's rent||$1,650|
|Estimated Move-In Costs||$4,620|
|Move-in Date||May 25, 2012|
|Lease term||1 year|
|Posted at||May 25, 2012|
|Last updated||May 13, 2013|