Washington Heights Market Trends

Washington Heights is a New York City neighborhood in the northern reaches of the borough of Manhattan. It is named for Fort Washington, a fortification constructed at the highest point on Manhattan island by Continental Army troops during the American Revolutionary War, to defend the area from the British forces. Washington Heights is bordered by Harlem to the south, along 155th street, Inwood to the north along Dyckman Street, the Hudson River to the west and Harlem River to the east.

Currently, the average rents in this neighborhood are approximately:

Bedrooms Average Rent
Studios $1,928
1 bedroom $1,852
2 bedrooms $2,240
3 bedrooms $3,773
Listing Price Bed/Bath
Washington Heights 2 bedroom rental at  W 178 St, $1950
W 178 St
$1,950
$2/ft2
2 bed
1 bath
Washington Heights 2 bedroom rental at  W 178 St, $1950
W 178 St
$1,950
$2/ft2
2 bed
1 bath
Washington Heights 3 bedroom rental at  W 179 St, $3100
W 179 St
$3,100
$2/ft2
3 bed
1 bath
Washington Heights 3 bedroom rental at  Saint Nicholas Ave, $2600
Saint Nicholas Ave
$2,600
$2/ft2
3 bed
1 bath
Washington Heights studio at  W 161 St, $1475
W 161 St
$1,475 Studio
1 bath
Washington Heights 1 bedroom rental at  W 161 St, $1750
W 161 St
$1,750
$3/ft2
1 bed
1 bath
Washington Heights studio at  W 161 St, $1475
W 161 St
$1,475
$3/ft2
Studio
1 bath
Washington Heights 1 bedroom rental at 92 Pinehurst Ave, New York, NY 10033, 4G, $2600
92 Pinehurst Ave, 4G
$2,600 1 bed
1 bath
Washington Heights 2 bedroom rental at 935 St Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10032, 4I, $2300
935 St Nicholas Ave, 4I
$2,300 2 bed
1 bath
Washington Heights 2 bedroom rental at 92 Pinehurst Ave, New York, NY 10033, 6F, $2800
92 Pinehurst Ave, 6F
$2,800 2 bed
1 bath

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