In Hamilton Heights, a Renaissance

  • December 29, 2015

In Hamilton Heights, a Renaissance


In the wake of historic-home restorations, cafes and restaurants proliferate.

Alexander Hamilton may be the current toast of Broadway, but he is having a moment, too, in the uptown Manhattan enclave that bears his name.

Bookended by City College to the south and the Hispanic Society of America to the north, Hamilton Heights, so named for the founding father who made his home in the area, is enjoying a renaissance with a wave of historic home restorations, followed by new restaurants and cafes.

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