With sweeping views of the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge, River Terrace is ideally located in Manhattan’s Washington Heights. The sixteen-story towers flank a large courtyard and hold a total of four-hundred-and-thirty-one cooperative housing apartments. The entire property is currently undergoing discreet renovations from the sub-basement to the roof.

River Terrace was built under the 1955 Mitchell-Lama legislative housing program. While internationally known as a glittering 24/7 metropolis with expensive housing, New York City is less recognized for its groundbreaking efforts to provide affordable housing for moderate and middle income families. Under the Mitchell-Lama program, two-hundred-and-sixty-nine buildings have been constructed with more than 105,000 rental or cooperative units (such as River Terrace), all of which include tenant income limits and help New York retain its vibrant, healthy socio-economic diversity

Apartments at River Terrace range from studios to comfortable three bedroom spreads, and tenants have access to three levels of underground parking. Additionally, there are two very well equipped community rooms available for film crew usage.

544 West 157th Street, New York, NY 10032