Hamilton Heights is a neighborhood in the northern part of Manhattan, in New York City.
The Nicholas C. and Agnes Benziger House at 345 Edgecombe Avenue at the corner of West 150th Street in the Hamilton Heights area of Harlem, New York.
14 (right, with tower) and 16 (left) St. Nicholas Place, near West 150th Street in the Hamilton Heights area of Harlem, New York.
Sugar Hill Creamery is planning to open its second location this weekend at 3629 Broadway (at 150th) in Hamilton Heights. Saturday’s soft open will include a neighborhood party at 2 pm EST.
Greetings from the Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center:
NYPD in Harlem are searching for a man in connection to at least seven sexual assaults in Harlem.
Story by Yolande Brener and photographs by Maribel Acosta Nutritionist and cookbook author, Lyn-Genet Recitas, has a vision–not only to provide healthy comfort food for all tastes from vegan to omnivore–but also to create a tradition of community events.
This affordable housing at 847 Saint Nicholas Avenue lottery checks all the boxes reports 6sqft.
L+M Development Partners dished out $43 million for Dunwell Apartments, a 183-unit Section 8 apartment complex in Hamilton Heights in Harlem, the developer told The Real Deal.
NY Curbed reports that Hamilton Heights’s glorious corner mansion on Hamilton Terrace is now in contract, less than a year after it first went on the market.
NY Curbed reports that there’s no shortage of stunning, prewar architecture for sale in Hamilton Heights, and the new-to-market limestone townhouse at 426 West 147th Street is a welcome addition to that list.
Patch reports that firefighters are battling a large rooftop blaze in the Hamilton Heights section of West Harlem, fire officials said. Four firefighters and one civilian suffered non life-threatening injuries while operating at the scene of the fire, officials said.
Curbed reports that a Hamilton Heights’s most expensive townhouse is back on the market, albeit with a slight price cut, and a different brokerage firm.
Like other well-to-do New Yorkers in the late 1700s, Alexander Hamilton and his family moved to Harlem Heights in Upper Manhattan, a rural area with cool breezes that also provided an escape from the yellow fever threat in Lower Manhattan, according to the National Park Service (NPS).
Atlanta-based self-storage developer Mequity has closed, for $15.6 million, on the acquisition of the seven-story, 40,593-square-foot commercial building at 465 West 150th Street, in Hamilton Heights.