Inwood is home to Inwood Hill Park, the city’s only natural forest. Bounded by the Harlem and the Hudson Rivers, it’s distinguished by its tranquil atmosphere, from the urban oasis at The Cloisters to the rugged beauty of its natural marble outcroppings.
The beautiful, bustling neighborhood hiding in plain sight on the Northwest side of Manhattan.
InwoodNº7: Origin Park Terrace East
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As one of the last bastions of affordability in Manhattan, rediscovering the laid-back yet energetic vibe of Inwood can come as a surprise to some.
A mix of primarily low-rise apartment buildings with a sprinkling of single-family homes, this area is a refreshing reprieve from the usual Manhattan scene.
Set amidst hills and rivers, Inwood is rich in parklands and lush greenery. A large Dominican population within the area imbues it with culture and an abundance of delectable cuisine at every turn.
- Once a very rural area up through the 1900s
- Developed thereafter with Inwood's famous Art-Deco buildings
- Northernmost point in Manhattan
- Contains the Dyckman House, the last farmhouse in Manhattan
- The Seaman-Drake Arch is one of only two free-standing arches in Manhattan
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