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Old 11-09-2009, 04:52 PM
Location: Louisville, KY.
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While casually searching for apartments in the New York City area, I came across a building in Washington Heights at 680 Ft. Washington Ave. I've been trying to find rental information for this building, but I have been unsuccessful in finding anything relating to available apartments and their rent amounts.

This could certainly be due to the fact that there are no vacancies currently; however I am interested in finding out what size apartments this building contains and what kinds of rents these residences are going for.

If available, what would a studio apartment go for? 1 br?

Thank you for any information you may have.
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Old 11-09-2009, 06:26 PM
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You'd have to contact the superintendant to see if any apartments are available.
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Old 11-10-2009, 06:58 AM
Location: Brooklyn
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Washington Heights is the general name for that area in Manhattan. 680 Fort Washington Avenue could also be called the Fort Tryon district. Most of the apartment buildings there are pre-war, many Art Deco. That means the rooms will be fairly large. I think you should definitely head up there and wander around the streets in that area. You never know what you'll run across! (If I wasn't living in Brooklyn, Fort Tryon would be the one place on the island of Manhattan I'd definitely want to live; I love that area).
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Old 11-10-2009, 05:27 PM
Location: Upstate Manhattan
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Fort Tryon is absolutely a spectacular part of Washington Heights, as mentioned, spacious pre-war (sometimes Art Deco buildings). Some are luxury with doormen and balconys, and views of the Hudson river. And of course there is Fort Tryon park, which is the beautiful park/gem on the Hudson. That building is also less than a block away from the A train.
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Old 08-25-2010, 05:37 PM
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It's also called HUDSON HEIGHTS...and in order to get into that building, it's necessary to contact the Super.
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Old 08-31-2010, 01:01 AM
Location: SoCal
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I think 680 Fort Washington Ave is run by Empire Management.

Try contacting the local realtors in the area. Even though they primarily handle sales, they will know of some rental opportunities in other Hudson Heights buildings (Simone Song Realty, Stein Perry Realty)
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