Storage in Upper Manhattan NYC
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- 1 @ 215th St
- A @ 207th St
• 220 South St @ Catherine Slip
Manhattan Mini Storage in Chelsea
• 510 W 21st St @ 11th Ave
• 520 West 17th Street
• 524 West 23rd Street
• 541 W 29th St @ 11th Ave
Manhattan Mini Storage in Inwood
• 5030 Broadway @ W 213th St
Manhattan Mini Storage in Midtown
• 520 Eighth Ave, 19th Fl @ 36th St
• 543 West 43rd Street
• 645 W 44th St @ West Side Hwy
Manhattan Mini Storage in Soho
• 161 Varick St @ Vandam St
• 260 Spring St @ Varick St
Manhattan Mini Storage in the East Village
• 28 Second Ave @ E Second St.
Manhattan Mini Storage on the Upper East Side
• 401 E 110th St @ First Ave
• 420 E 62nd St @ First Ave
Manhattan Mini Storage on the Upper West Side
• 570-571 Riverside Drive
• 108-110 W 107th St @ Columbus Ave
• 600 West 58th Street
Considered by many as THE hidden gem of Manhattan, this branch of the Met houses over 5000 works of European medieval works of art and a large outdoor garden.
This small hospital run by Columbia University rests on the northern tip of Manhattan and is the only wholly-owned community hospital of New York-Presbyterian.
Short for the Riverside-Inwood Neighborhood Garden, this "urban backyard" is completely financed and maintained by volunteers within the community.
This 1770s farmhouse, which rests on 250 acres of farmland has been a public museum since 1916. Check out this farmhouse to get a unique perspective on New York's grand history.
Best known for their cakes (and cupcakes and pastries), this uptown bakery has midtowers trekking uptown for a taste of their delicacies.
Check out this Tony award-winning Broadway play about life in Washington Heights and all the trouble and turmoil that can come with life there.
Affliiated with two Ivy League Medical School's (Columbia and Cornell), this regional hospital is considered among the best in the country.
Tucked away between two buildings on the west side of Broadway near 215th Street, this arch is one of the last surviving relics of the once wealthy neighborhood that used to exist here.
Used by Columbia University as a football, lacrosse and track and field stadium, this 6,500-seat stadium is a favorite among students and New Yorkers alike.