In the News

by Cole Thompson

2013 has been a busy year on Manhattan’s northernmost tip, where many residents are asking themselves, “Has gentrification arrived?”

Below are just a few of the headlines signaling the changes taking place in Inwood.

Inwood’s tree-lined Park Terrace area.

Newsday 
October 17, 2013
Inwood in northern Manhattan provides and urban nature walk
Inwood, the neighborhood at the northern tip of island of Manhattan, is perhaps New York’s best spot for a fall walkabout. That’s because it’s compact, and nearly half the area is composed of parkland…” read more

DNAinfo.com
October 16, 2013
Starbucks Opening Store Near Dyckman Street A Train Station
Rumors of a Starbucks’ arrival in the neighborhood have been floating since April…” read more

The New York Observer
September 30, 2013
Audra McDonald Buys Inwood House for (a Little More Than) a Song
The feted performer has inked her name on the deed of a modest, 2,000-square-foot brick house fronted by what appears to be a vinyl-clad porch in the upper Manhattan neighborhood…” read more

Daily News
September 22, 2013
At last, Inwood residents will get to spend more quality time on the waterfront
The park will increase public access to the waterfront, restore and extend the native marshland adjacent to Inwood Hill Park and add space for educational and recreational activities…read more

DNAinfo.com
August 28, 2013 
Fro-Yo-Starved Inwood to Get Two New Yogurt Shops
VSBerry will be kid-friendly, the owners said, as the shop will have a colorful yogurt-cup mascot named Barry. Also, the shop’s opening day will feature face-painting for children…” read more

Daily News 
July 24, 2013 
Inwood gets the city’s first prefabricated apartment building 
Broadway Stack is a 28-unit moderate-income apartment complex built with 56 prefabricated modules. The modules were assembled off-site in a former subway car factory and then shipped to Inwood, where they are being stacked to form a seven-story tower…” read more

New York Times 
March 5, 2013
A Sports Complex Shows Its Brains and Brawn
At 48,000 square feet, the five-story project, which also has coaches’ offices, an auditorium and various meeting rooms, anchors the Baker Athletics Complex, Columbia’s satellite campus of sports fields and boathouses…”  read more

If you’ve been sitting on the sidelines and think now might be the right time to buy or sell an apartment, please give me a call or shoot me a line.

Cole Thompson
New Heights Realty
Email: Cole@newheightsrealty.com
Phone: 646-425-0093

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Sergio Cavallo December 4, 2008 at 1:37 am

Parts of Park Terrace area is downnight suburban and quiet.
Parece no estar tan cerca o dentro de N.York !

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