Hudson Heights Homes for Sale
Real Estate in Hudson Heights New York
Hudson Heights is a residential neighborhood of the Washington Heights area in Upper Manhattan, one of the most desirable locations for New Yorkers because of its accessibility, green spaces, and food scene. Budget-conscious residents find Hudson Heights particularly appealing because of the many apartments and co-ops that offer affordable housing. Many young families and aspiring artists call Hudson Heights home, because of the affordability and safety of the neighborhood, while still being able to call Manhattan home.
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Named for the hills it is nestled in, Hudson Heights is located on hilly terrain above the Hudson River, stretching from West 173rd Street to the top of Fort Tryon Park
Things to Do in Hudson Heights
Hudson Heights is filled with small shops and restaurants, and a diverse culture. This is an ideal neighborhood for foodies, with a longer list of must-try restaurants than you'll get to in a year. There are also many neighborhood markets with a long history in the community, like Moscow on the Hudson or Frank's Market, both of which have been supplying groceries to Hudson Heights residents for over 50 years.
Fort Tryon Park is a popular location in Hudson Heights for dog walking, picnics, and free fitness classes. Walk through the heather garden or bring your pup to the dog run in the beautiful park. The park was given to New York City in 1935 by John D Rockefeller Jr., who also purchased what is now Palisades Park on the New Jersey shore to preserve the view. Nearly a century later, the park remains one of the favorite features of Hudson Heights.
For peaceful bird watching in the park, visit Cabrini Woods Nature Sanctuary. Even if you aren't an avid bird watcher, you will love the sweeping views of the Hudson River and the peaceful atmosphere, where you almost won't remember you're in the city that never sleeps.
A favorite Hudson Heights restaurant is The Pandering Pig. Their menu takes an innovative approach, offering inventive renditions of French classics. They also offer prix fixe menus for weekends and Sunday brunch, outdoor dining, and weekly food boxes.
Le Chéile is another Hudson Heights favorite. The restaurant's Gaelic name means "together." The Irish menu, views of the George Washington Bridge, and extensive beer and wine lists make it a perfect spot to gather with friends or enjoy a lively date night.
Another top restaurant choice in Hudson Heights is Tampopo Ramen. Many locals claim they serve the best ramen in the city; you will just have to try it to decide for yourself.
To access the rest of Manhattan, Hudson Heights residents can take the A train and be in midtown in under 30 minutes.
Schools in Hudson Heights
The public elementary and middle schools in Hudson Heights are some of the top reasons young families choose to relocate to the neighborhood. Both have some of the best test scores in Manhattan and excellent reputations for student support.
Hudson Heights Real Estate
Many of the apartment buildings in Hudson Heights were built in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. Of course most have been updated multiple times, but the historic buildings give a charming nod to the heritage of Manhattan. You will find many Art Deco style buildings, as well as Tudor-style buildings. Castle Village is a 7.5 acre parklike area with five co-op towers overlooking the river. You can expect prices that are more affordable than most of Manhattan. In July 2021, the median sales price was $516,000 and the median monthly rent was $2,200, both significantly lower than the rest of Manhattan.