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409 Edgecombe Ave
155th St and St. Nicholas Place
New York

In a neighborhood so rich with history that one can feel the strength and perseverance vibrating from the concrete, stand here! Overlooking the north end of Jackie Robinson Park, this address was the former home of many African American intellectuals most notably W.E.B. DuBois and Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.

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American Academy of Arts and Letters
633 W 155th St
New York
212 368 5900
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This fascinating neighborhood gem houses an honorary society of the most prestigious members in the United States in various fields of art (literature, music, fine arts) whose mission is to foster and sustain interest in these creative pursuits through exhibition and philanthropy.

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Audubon Ballroom Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center
3940 Broadway
New York
212 568 1341
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Built by movie mogul William Fox in 1912 for large events, the Audubon Ballroom became best known as the place Black Muslim leader, Malcolm X, was assassinated while giving a speech to the Organization of Afro-American Unity. Today, in his honor, the building houses the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center. A life-sized statue of Malcolm X stands in the lobby.

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Audubon Terrace Historic District
155th and 156th St to Riverside Dr
New York
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Get some fresh eyes on the area that stretches from 155th to 158th streets and from Broadway west to the Hudson. Re-imagine it as the estate of one person, John James Audubon, back when there was more elbowroom in the city. This 2009 landmark newbie will now be preserved as inspiration for your future estate!

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Broadway Performing Arts Center
178 Bennett Ave
Washington Heights
917 312 6263
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Founded in 2008 by professional dancer and choreographer Tina Casula Gross, Broadway Performing Arts Center teaches a variety of dance styles including classical ballet, tap, jazz and hip-hop to children of all ages. Shuffle-ball-change your way to stardom!

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Cabrini Repertory Theater
701 Fort Washington Ave
Washington Heights
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Helping young playwrights, musicians and visual artists present work through education and preparation, this theater goes above and beyond the usual limitations and rules to extract the best of their artists.

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Castle Village
200 Cabrini Blvd
New York, NY
(212) 927-0600
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Now a unique co-op apartment building enclave, this 1939 development was only a part of the former Charles Paterno estate. Views of the stately George Washington Bridge and the magnificent Hudson River that flows under it only guild the lily.

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George Washington Bridge
179th St and Fort Washington Ave
New York
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Designed by Othmar H. Ammann and completed in 1931, the bridge was once the longest in the world. It spans the Hudson in one pure line for 3,500 feet connecting Manhattan to Fort Lee, New Jersey and features a pedestrian and bicycle path. This gem is only made better when the lights are on at night!

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High Bridge Water Tower & Park
Amsterdam Ave and 174th St
New York
(212) 360-8143

Upper Manhattan really does have it all especially when you add a gorgeous aqueduct and the oldest standing bridge in NYC to the mix. Newly opened, the landmarked High Bridge flows with pedestrians and sightseers where water once did. Nature lovers and architecture junkies shouldn’t miss Highbridge Park and Water Tower for some scenic adventures too!

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Hudson View Gardens
116 Pinehurst Ave
New York
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Is that a Tudor style building in Manhattan?! Your eyes are not deceiving you. This cluster of buildings features beautiful private gardens. Designed by George F. Pelham, it was one of the first cooperative apartment complexes in New York City.

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