Inwood Robin Houses


The Inwood Robin Houses, built in 1922, are located in Upper Manhattan. Housing 95 units of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments on 5 floors, both buildings feature new double-paned storm windows, 24-hour security systems, laundry rooms and hardwood floors.

Located within blocks of 1 & C trains.


Inwood is one of the northernmost neighborhoods in Manhattan. Located between the Hudson and Harlem rivers this section of Northern Manhattan hosts numerous parks such as Inwood Hill park, Isham Park and the Baker Field Athletics Complex. The area is also in close proximity to the Cloisters, the branch of of Metropolitan Museum of Art dedicated to art and architecture of the European Middle Ages.