Uptown comprises two different neighborhoods, Inwood and Washington Heights, which are at the northern most tip of Manhattan. Washington Heights extends from 145th street to 200th street and Inwood ranges from 200th street to 220th street. With extensive parkland including Fort Tryon Park and Inwood Hill Park these neighborhoods are ideal for those looking for a furnished apartment near parkland The Cloisters, which is an extension of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is also housed in Fort Tryon Park. This is one of the foremost museums in the world that features medieval art.
The uptown neighborhood also features entertainment and museums nestled alongside its various apartment options. The Audubon Ballroom which started out as a theater and meeting hall is now home to the Harlem Heights Historical Society which includes a museum in honor of Malcolm X. This historic landmark is also located in the heart of Washington Heights. The Dyckman Farm House is the last remnant of what used to be several hundred acres of farm land in northern Manhattan. This house, built in 1784, was preserved by the family and presented to the city in 1916 as a museum. The house is located in the Inwood neighborhood. Yeshiva University a famous private Jewish university is located in the upper part of Washington Heights.
Being outside of central Manhattan, Uptown offers more reasonably priced furnished apartments compared to other parts of Manhattan and with 2 subway lines, including an express line, trips to midtown are efficient.
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