Travel Information For Clients in Washington Heights,

Upper Manhattan

Washington Heights is within Manhattan and bordered by Morris Heights, The Bronx, Highbridge, Concourse Village, Harlem, Hamilton Heights, Inwood, and University Heights. For better or worse, it has mostly escaped the forces of gentrification; it’s much safer than reputed, with a falling crime rate.


Laguardia Airport: 20 minutes by cab without traffic
JFK Airport: 35 minutes by cab without traffic

NYC Feng Shui Consultant's Office 63 minutes drive without traffic
Times Square: 30 minutes by subway
Wall Street / Financial District: 49 minutes by subway


Subway Stations

A to Dyckman St. | 1 to Dyckman St. | A to 190th St. | 1 to 191st St. | A to 181st St. | 1 to 181st St. | A to 175th St. | A,C to 168th St. | C to 163rd St. | 1 to 157th St. | C to 155th St. | B,D to 155th St.



When traveling by car to NYC Feng Shui Consultant's office at, 241 Taaffe Pl #610, Brooklyn NY. 11205. 

We recommend the following route.


Here is a selection of 4-star reviews from new residents in the Washington Heights neighborhood



Washington Heights is a very good neighborhood located in Upper Manhattan. It contains many historical parks and monuments, as well as great restaurants and the family-friendly sense of the community is very vibrant. A great place to visit and bring your family and friends and find out about different cultures, especially the Dominican culture and the food they have.

With Fort Tryon Park at its core, Washington Heights is a very family-friendly neighborhood. The park affords its residents a beautiful and safe outdoor space to enjoy whether it is by soaking up the sun, taking a tour of the Met's Cloisters, or strolling through Heather Gardens.

Great place to live, visit. nice parks!

The G.W. bridge is great to walk and bike, lots of restaurants, barbershops, dollar stores.

As a recent transplant from Brooklyn, this neighborhood is welcoming, quiet, and offers incredible food and culture.

I love the family atmosphere and the great neighbors. It's also pretty quiet compared to lower Manhattan.

Living here helps a person grow up. With the different people around, you learn about different interest and opportunities. Everyone supports one another.

Washington Heights is getting better and better every single day. It has the old charm and character mixed in with some new upgrades. Residents of this vibrant area are truly blessed to call this neighborhood home.

Hot summer nights accompanied by loud people smoking hookah. Slowly getting gentrified was people come attracted to the lower rent and the renovation of the George Washington Bus Terminal.

The neighborhood is changing for sure but it still has eclectic vibes and ethnic ties that make it what it's known for. The abundance of local groceries and fruit market make grocery shopping a breeze but be careful of anything above 168th street on the subway as those A and 1 lines can be a hassle.

I love that we have a rich culture of Dominicans. The food is good and the people speak Spanish. The schools have not gotten better and are not diverse. The area has always felt mostly safe and there is not a lot of violence. People share a lot of information so it is best to keep to yourself. The summer can get rowdy and loud but people mostly just drink and listen to loud music.


 A Vibrant and Youthful Neighborhood
As you can see from the above reviews, Washington Heights is a vibrant place with a diverse population with a strong presence of Spanish speaking peoples. We have done a handful of consultations for families in the area... and we found there to be some very beautiful homes

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