Welcome to the Bennett Condominiums.

ABOUT

Eat, play and love at Hudson Heights’ newest condominium conversions:

Bennett 105 and Bennett Sixty-Nine.

You read it right! Come see the Bennett Condominiums (at 69 Bennett and 105 Bennett Avenue), offering gut renovated apartments with modern finishes. Located yards from the express “A” subway station and 22 min from Columbus Circle. Fort Tryon Park and the Cloisters museum are a mere few blocks away. Great restaurants have been opening up all around the neighborhood. Close to NY Presbyterian and a short subway ride from Columbia or CCNY. Hudson Heights has seen tremendous growth over the last few years and is poised for much, much more. The buildings have live-in supers, on-site laundry, newly renovated hallways and lobbies and new elevator cars.

Find Yourself Here. 

RESIDENCES

AMENITIES

Located on the corner of 184th Street and Bennett Avenue and yards from the express and subway station and 22 min from Columbus Circle. Fort Tryon Park and the Cloisters museum are a mere few blocks away. Great restaurants have been opening up all around the neighborhood. Close to NY Presbyterian and a short subway ride from Columbia or CCNY. Hudson Heights has seen tremendous growth over the last few years and is poised for much, much more.

    • Concierge a la Maison service
    • Laundry
    • Live-In Super
    • Nearby Parking (monthly fee)

    ON-SITE SERVICES

    • Stainless Steel Appliances
    • Quartz Countertops
    • Soft-Close Drawers

    KITCHEN FEATURES

    • New Solid-Oak Hardwood Floors
    • New Electric Throughout
    • Recessed Lighting
    • California-style Closets

    UNIT RENOVATIONS

    • Updated Lobby and Hallways
    • New Elevator Cars
    • New Laundry Room
    • Storage Lockers (for purchase)

    BUILDING

    • Sponsor sale
    • New conversion
    • Financing available through several major banks

    FINANCING

NEIGHBORHOOD

Hudson Heights is a residential neighborhood with an abundance of apartment buildings and towers, located within the Washington Heights area of Upper Manhattan, New York City. Many of the buildings are cooperatives, and most were constructed in the 1920s and 1930s. The Art Deco style is prominent, along with Tudor Revival. Notable complexes include Hudson View Gardens and Castle Village.

Hudson Heights is among the neighborhoods of Upper Manhattan that participate in The Art Stroll, an annual festival of the arts which highlights local artists. Public places in Washington Heights, Inwood and Marble Hill host impromptu galleries, readings, performances and markets over several weeks each summer.

Many small shops are located on West 181st Street at the southern end of the neighborhood, and all along Broadway. In the middle of the neighborhood itself, there is a small shopping area at West 187th Street between Cabrini Boulevard and Fort Washington Avenue.

News of Upper Manhattan is published weekly in The Manhattan Times, a bilingual newspaper. Its annual restaurant guide, highlights the area’s burgeoning restaurant scene. Events are also listed in the Washington Heights & Inwood Online calendar.

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