Manhattanville

Throughout the 19th century, Manhattanville was a town that bustled around a wharf active with ferry and daily river conveyances. In the 20th century It’s direct proximity to the Hudson River  made it an invaluable industrial entry point for construction materials and other freight bound for upper Manhattan. Today it is transforming into a restaurant/nightlife destination and an

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About Manhattanville

  • Boundaries

    122nd to 135th street Hudson river to St. Nicholas Park

  • Nearby Subways

    1 (125,137)
    A,B,C,D( 125)

  • Schools and Parks

    Morningside Park
    Columbia University, City College

Throughout the 19th century, Manhattanville was a town that bustled around a wharf active with ferry and daily river conveyances. In the 20th century It’s direct proximity to the Hudson River  made it an invaluable industrial entry point for construction materials and other freight bound for upper Manhattan. Today it is transforming into a restaurant/nightlife destination and an expansion site for Columbia University.

West Harlem Pier

Local Landmark

West Harlem Pier

Construction of the West Harlem Piers Waterfront park began in April 2006. The park includes a fishing pier, a kayak launch, sculptures, and water taxi landings, stretches from 125th St to 132nd Street.  The area that surrounds the park and piers is at times called ViVa (Viaduct Valley).