Historic Washington Heights in Northern Manhattan is home to the Cloisters Museum, Dyckman Farmhouse, and Audubon Terrace where you can visit the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Hispanic Society of America, the Church of the Intercession, and Trinity Cemetery — the only active cemetery in Manhattan.
Our showroom is only steps away from New York Presbyterian Hospital, the Columbia University Medical Center, the Audubon Ballroom, the U.S. Track and Field Hall of Fame, and the Morris-Jumel Mansion (1765), the oldest house in Manhattan and where George Washington maintained his headquarters.
We are surrounded by parks: Inwood Hill Park, Fort Tryon Park, and Bennett Park to the north; Fort Washington Park is along our west flank and Highbridge Park along the east. Inwood Hill Park boasts the only nature preserve and salt marsh in Manhattan. Remnants of Native American settlements are still evident in the park, where it is reported that the Dutch purchased Manhattan island in 1626. Bennett Park is notable for being the site of Fort Washington. The outline of the fort can still be seen along the southern portion of the park. This is also the highest point in Manhattan (265 feet).
While you’re here, visit the Little Red Light House under the George Washington Bridge and catch a view of the Hudson River and the Jersey Palisades. Saint Frances Cabrini’s Shrine, dedicated to the first American saint, is on Fort Washington Avenue. High Bridge Water Tower sits at the end of the High Bridge, the city’s oldest standing bridge (1848), on Amsterdam Avenue. Up the road along Amsterdam, you’ll also find Yeshiva University.
We can be reached from Connecticut, New Jersey, the Bronx, and Westchester County via Riverside Drive, the Henry Hudson Parkway, the Harlem River Drive, the Major Deegan Expressway, the Cross Bronx Expressway, the George Washington Bridge, and I-95.
We are also an important hub for public transportation. Wall Street and Midtown Manhattan are just minutes away via the A, C, and 1 trains which all stop on 168th street, while all the major Manhattan and Bronx bus lines (M2, M3, M4, M5, M18, M100, M101, Bx7) run right by us.