131 Nagle Avenue is a premium residential building in the Fort George neighborhood of Washington Heights, surrounded by parks, transportation access, and shopping options. There is so much going for this phenomenal location! Don’t hesitate to check it out for yourself!
Area Population and Household Overview (2017 data):
# Households: 33,268
Median Age: 36
Average Household Size: 2.9
Owner Occupied: 2,182
Renter Occupied: 31,086
131 Nagle Avenue has some fantastic access to the region’s highway network – Henry Hudson Parkway and Harlem River Drive – which leads to destinations throughout Upstate New York, the Bronx, Queens, Westchester, Connecticut, and Downtown Manhattan. Within just a block is access to the 1 train at Dyckman Street, and the C train is nearby as well. Bus stops line Dyckman Street, with the closest stop just a few steps east at Dyckman Street and Broadway.
This is truly a happening locale, surrounded by hip eateries, convenient and modern shops and services, popular and expansive parks, and high quality grocery stores. Within a block is the Nebula Bar and Kitchen, offering an eclectic ambiance and gourmet Latin Thai fusion cuisine.
The building adjoining 131 Nagle features several business, including a restaurant, tax preparation business, beauty salon, fashion boutique, hardware store, and discount retail shop. Just across the street, residents will have the added bonus of fresh fruit, deli, cellular retailer, and fashion shops, just to name a few. Venturing a block or two further brings endless other shopping and service destinations! 131 Nagle Avenue is truly the perfect blend of residential living and quality retail options!
The closest park is the 5+ acre Harlem River Park, located just a block away. The park is known for its state-of-the-art ballfields funded by grants from the New York Jets and the NFL Youth Football Fund. The park also features biking trails, artwork from local artists, children’s spray pools, and eight miles of river frontage.
Fort Tryon Park is just a short walk away as well, containing one of the highest points in Manhattan as well as the magnificent and very popular Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and official New York City landmark that houses art and relics from medieval times. The building was reconstructed in the 1930’s from salvaged materials taken from several European abbeys and is truly a work of art in and of itself. The park also offers great vistas because of its elevation, as well as playgrounds, gardens, and historical landmarks.
The closest school is Public School 152M, the Dyckman Valley School, located at 93 Nagle Avenue. The school enrolls grades pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5, and approximately 650 students attend. The school fosters a strong sense of community and offers many clubs and resources to maintain an excellence in education, culture, and the arts. There are computers and smartboards in every classroom, reading and math workshops, a ballroom dancing club, and chess club. After school programs are also offered.
- Built in 1915, five-story walk-up brick building
- On-site Superintendent
- 24 units; 1 and 2 Bedrooms
- Apartments feature updated kitchens, exposed brick walls, hardwood flooring, tile in baths, open floor plans, stainless steel appliances, and breakfast bars in select units
- Large closets
- Rooms are bright and spacious
- Achieves a 93 for walkability on walkscore.com
There are endless ways to spend your time right here in the great neighborhood of Washington Heights! Foursquare has recently published a list of must-see locales, a selection of which include:
- Morris Jumel Mansion: The mansion was once home to Aaron Burr, who infamously killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel, and was also used as a temporary headquarters by General George Washington in the fall of 1776 after losing a battle to the British Army. Tours of the mansion are held on weekends.
- Hispanic Society of America: This art museum is located at W155th Street and Broadway, and has been coined a “real secret gem” that should not be missed. Their collection includes almost 1,000 pieces and there is no admission fee required.
- United Palace Theatre: With 3,400 seats, the United Palace Theatre is Manhattan’s fourth largest whose website describes it as a “transformational organization and venue that fuses spirituality, art, culture and entertainment.” Some events on their 2019 calendar include “Unity Earth: Lift Off”, CNCO’s Mass Alla Tour, and weekly Sunday services that feature various keynote speakers that celebrate life and spirituality.
Availability at 131 Nagle is extremely limited – don’t wait and contact us today to learn more about how you can make this winning location yours!