Residents’ Information

Weekend picks Pre-schoolers can play with others in the neighborhood during storytime at the library in Fort George this morning. An artist discusses his installation reflecting on slavery in Inwood, right, on Saturday. Marjorie Eliot plays parlor jazz on Sunday. —7:44 a.m., Jnauary 24

 

Package security We’ve been detailing a handful of ways to protect your packages. Another option is Amazon’s Ring. You’ll get a video of the people at your door, but of course you never know what else you’ll capture. For other tips, scroll down to Package Security. —6:38 a.m., Jnauary 21

 

Day of giving Honor the legacy of MLK by giving back. In Uptown, you can help make our parks greener and safer at a volunteer gardening morning today in Inwood Hill Park. Details here. —7:51 a.m., January 20

 

Lifeguard training NYC Parks needs strong swimmers to join free lifeguard training for the summer. Test spots can be found here. Training starts this month, and qualifying lifeguards earn at least $15 an hour. The city’s eight beaches open Memorial Day weekend, and the 53 outdoor pools open in late June; all close the week after Labor Day. —8:25 a.m., January 19

 

Weather woes You already know about the travel advisory and the suspension of alternate-side parking today. Please consider checking in on neighbors who don’t get around as easily as you and ask if you could help with an errand. That’s the spirit that makes the Pinehurst not just a building, but a home. —9:06 a.m., January 18

 

 

Application Forms

Download the forms you need, posted here as pdf files. If you don’t see what you’re looking for here, please call our property manager, who can also send you any of these forms through the mail.

Automatic Payment
Never be late again with your maintenance fee. Sign up for automatic payment from your checking account. It’s ideal for travelers. There’s no cost, and with it you’ll never pay another late fee.
ACH Form Scan.PDF
PDF File [132.6 KB]
Bike Rack
Store your bicycle in the basement storage room. Please keep it locked to the rack. To get your rack, fill out this form. (It’s the same as the Storage Cage form, just check the Bike Rack box at the bottom.)
Pinehurst 447 Storage Lease.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [58.4 KB]
Decoration Agreement
If the improvement you’re planning is less extensive than a renovation but you’re still planning to use outside help to complete the job, you may be eligible to use the decoration agreement. It’s less extensive than the alteration agreement (below, under Renovations and Alterations). Before submitting a decoration agreement, please visit with the property manager.
Pinehurst 447 Decoration Agreement.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [223.3 KB]
Renovations and Alterations
Renovations fall into this category. Use this form to submit with your plans. If you believe your work is not extensive, please contact the property manager to see if you qualify to work under a decoration agreement (see above). Mail the completed form to Hedda at Argo, 50 West 17 Street, NYC 10011-5702.
Pinehurst 447 Alteration Agreement.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [19.6 KB]
Sale/Purchase of Apartment Shares
The purchaser should fill out this document to apply to transfer shares from the seller.
Pinehurst 10034_447_fwa purchase_applica[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [687.9 KB]
Storage Cage
If your apartment is too cluttered, store your overflowing belongings in a storage cage in the basement. To get your cage, fill out this document.
Pinehurst 447 Storage Lease.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [58.4 KB]
Sublet
If you plan to sublet your apartment, your proposed subtenant needs to complete this document.
Pinehurst 10034_447 fwa sublease_applica[...]
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     The documents you will need for some other puposes are available from different web sites. Here are the most popular:


Gym

     The gym is under renovation. We hope to have it ready for use in the spring.

 

Pets

      Have a new best friend? The building welcomes most pets but requires proof of their immunizations and, for dogs, a city license. The house rules outline a pet owner’s responsibilities (at Section 24). If your pet is a pup and you need a dog license, find out how to file the paperwork here. The form needs to be notarized.

Contacting Us

Have a question about the House Rules, or how to get a storage cage? Ask one of your directors. This year they are:

     Ted Kirschner—president

     Carlos Pareja—vice president

     Riva Hocherman—vice president

     Jessica Bendiner—secretary

     Hannes Bülow—treasurer

They will be happy to help you.

     While you’re thinking of the building, help us keep your contact information current so you will receive official mail from the corporation and Argo without delay. If you have children moving out or roommates moving in, please tell us. Your information will not appear on this web site. If you do not want it to appear on our internal contact sheet, simply say so.

    The secretary is responsible for keeping our records current, so when you have updates please keep us in the loop. Email using board@thepinehurst.org or one of these addresses:
    
447fwa@thepinehurst.org For general questions
    
bud@thepinehurst.org To reach Bud
    
secretary@thepinehurst.org Is where to send your updated contact details
    
web@thepinehurst.org Reaches the webmaster
     You can also call John at
Argo at (212) 896-8600 or, if you prefer paper, mail us at 447 Ft. Washington Avenue, No. 68, New York NY 10033.

General Data Protection Regulation Info

Visitors to this website from the European Union have the protection of GDPR 2016/679 which on May 26, 2016, went into effect.

     Data collected from on thepinehurst.org are stored on the servers of Ionos, the web hosting service used by 447 Ft. Washington Owners’ Corporation doing business as The Pinehurst. The Controller is the webmaster, who may be reached at web@thepinehurst.org, and the Controller’s Representative is the property manager, John Caceci, who may be reached at (212) 896-8600 or at Argo Real Estate, 50 W 17 St, New York NY 10011. The Data Protection Officer is the president of the corporation, Ted Kirschner, who may be reached at 447fwa@thepinehurst.org.

     The data we collect are those submitted voluntarily by shareholders to promote notices of sale of their apartments. There is no requirement to submit any information at any time. We store personal data for the duration that an apartment is for sale; once it is sold we delete it within four weeks of being notified of the sale. If a shareholder revokes permission for us to store personal information we shall delete it within two weeks of the shareholder’s notification.

     We use Google Analytics to review users’ visits to our site. Information from Google is available to us only in the aggragate; we have no access to any information about any individual visitor.

     An individual subject to GDPR 2016/679 has the right to request from the Controller access to and rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing concerning the data subject or to object to processing as well as the right to data portability. Such an individual also has the right to make a complaint the supervising authority, which is The Board of Directors. It may be reached at secretary@thepinehurst.org or at 447 Fort Washington Ave, Apt 68, New York NY 10033.

Grilling in the Parks

Looking for a place to light up a grill? This map shows the safe spots in Fort Washington Park, Highbridge Park, and Inwood Hill Park.

     Grilling on the Pinehurst’s balconies and fire escapes is prohibited by law — not to mention common sense.

House Rules

Our building is a community, as well as our home. Residents share the responsibility to ensure a safe and pleasant quality of life at reasonable cost.  We count on each other to treat all areas of the building as our home, and to protect and respect the rights of all of the Residents to a safe and comfortable home. A set of guidelines helps us achieve these goals.

House Rules
The House Rules are available here. Return the cover sheet to Argo.
Please keep yourself familiar with the information in this document, which is part of your Proprietary Lease. The House Rules will be updated to include the Smoking Policy, which goes into effect on August 28. Until they are revised, shareholders who intend to sell or sublet must include the smoking policy in their sale or lease agreement. A copy of it is below, under “Smoking Policy.”
Pinehurst 447 House Rules with Acknowled[...]
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Hurricanes, Tornadoes and Severe Weather

Severe weather is an uncommon but dangerous phenomenon. In the summer and early fall, hurricanes may threaten the northeast. If a hurricane is threatening the city, keep on top of this evacuation map.
     The late spring and summer can produce tornadoes. Before you hear of a tornado watch (which means that weather conditions could produce a tornado) or a tornado warning (which means a funnel cloud has been spotted, though it may not have touched the ground yet), please
review these safety precautions for you and your family.
     In short, go to the lowest level of the building, stay away from windows and remain there until the all-clear sign has been given (by the
National Weather Service, typically), and have a first aid kit handy.

Laundry Room

Our laundry facilities are open to residents between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. You can refill your card in the laundry room.
     Hercules maintains the laundry machines, both the washers and dryers. With our dryers, to add five minutes you must do so when at least five minutes remain in the cycle. If there is less time, you will be given 30 minutes and charged for a full cycle.
     If a machine is malfunctioning, please call Hercules at (800) 526-5760 to inform them so they may repair it. Alternatively, you may send an
e-mail to service@hercnet.com, explaining the problem and asking for a refund if you lost money. Hercules will need to know:
    BUILDING NAME Pinehurst
    BUILDING ADDRESS 447 Fort Washington Avenue
    BUILDING LOCATION Manhattan
    LAUNDRY ROOM LOCATION Basement; super required for access
    MACHINE MALFUNCTIONING Take note of the number on the machine, and if you’re asking for a refund, include your apartment number

Manhattan Maintenance Fees

Our fourth look at maintenance fees across Manhattan neighborhoods is available on the On The Market page. The previous survey, the third, compares fees to those in 2006 and 2008. Want to compare? Download a copy of the 2012 report by clicking on the link below.

     If you’re specifically interested in Hudson Heights maintenance fees, we have that data too:

Maintenance fees in Hudson Heights, 2017
Manh Maint Hudson Heigts 2017.pdf
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Manhattan Maintenance Fees, 2012
manh.maint.2012.pdf
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Noise

Washington Heights is known for its noise. Luckily, Hudson Heights is a bit quieter. However, if you are bothered by loud music, a party, fireworks or other terrestrial sound, please call 311.
     Other noise comes from the skies. Aircraft fly over our neighborhood en route to LaGuardia Airport or on their way to points west.  

     Helicopters also fly nearby, and sometimes seems to hover. If these sounds are bothersome, please call the Economic Development Corporation at (212) 619-5000 with your concerns about helicopters, or for airplanes call (718) 533-5615 and press 3 for LaGuardia.

NYC Notify

The city has a way to keep you informed of emergency information as well as less-critical topics like parking changes. Sign up to receive notifications by e-mail, text, or phone messages. To stay informed, click here: https://a858-nycnotify.nyc.gov/notifynyc/

Package Security

Have you lost a box after it was delivered and before you picked it up? You’re not alone: 90,000 of them go missing in New York every day, and residents in some buildings are protecting themselves.

     Some tips:

• Have your package held at the post office for pickup, or sign up for informed delivery from the USPS.

• Take advantage of “Ship to Store” option when it’s available. Amazon offers a locker feature that allows you to pick up your package from a secure location, whether near home or work.

• Request signature confirmation for delivery.

• Never buzz in someone whose identity you can’t establish.

• When you see strangers in the building, a friendly “Hello” or “can I help you find someone?” will let them know the residents are paying attention.

• And if you see a package at a neighbor’s door, you could collect it and let them know you have it.

     A magazine for co-op apartments suggests being aware of restaurant delivery personnel. The Dnever Police Department says one effective deterrent is simply asking a neighbor to accept a package for you.

     If you’re clever, you could try what a NASA engineer has up his sleeve for porch pirates, but it involves a lot of glitter and amassing a certain … scent.

Recycling

The Pinehurst is committed to recycling in accordance with New York City's goals. Most paper and plastic (but not all), glass and metal are recyclable in our bins in the garbage area.
     Compact fluorescent light bulbs require special recycling because their contents are hazardous. Also known as CFL’s, these bulbs are typically curly in shape. In our neighborhood the designated recycling spot is at the
Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation offices at 76 Wadsworth Avenue (between 176th and 177th Streets). Open business hours.
     For more information on CFL recycling,
click here.

Smoke Detectors

As of April 1, 2019, when you replace your smoke detectors, you need to upgrade to a 10-year sealed model. A new state law says that all new or replacement smoke detectors must be powered by the long-lasting battery or be hardwired to your electrical system. If you want to sell your apartment, you will need to upgrade your smoke detectors before the sale goes through.

Smoking Policy

In August 2017 Mayor DeBlasio signed legislation that requires all NYC cooperatives and condominiums to adopt formal smoking policies. The Board will be amending the House Rules to include this policy and any shareholders intending to sell or lease their apartment must also include it in their sale or lease agreement.

Smoking Policy
447 smoking Policy_August2018.pdf
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STAR Property Tax Rebate

The STAR rebate grants co-op owners (whose apartments are their primary residences) the same school tax relief that owners of real estate have received for years. It is not given automatically—you  must apply for it—but if you applied in the past you do not need to do so again.
     The annual deadline is February 15, both for your first application and for renewals.
     Details on eligibility are here. The numbers you may need for The Pinehurst are:
     PROPERTY CODE RX7N991 
     LOT 87  
     BLOCK 2177

     BOROUGH 1

Subways and Transportation

A Train
   
Scheduled maintenance is posted
here by the MTA.

The Weekender

     Changes to subway service from Friday afternoon to Monday morning are posted here.


181 Street: Congested Corridors Project
     The city’s Department of Transportation has studied 181st Street to determine how to improve traffic flow of pedestrians, cyclists, and motor vehicles.
Download the study here, and decide for yourself if the improvements work.

 

Announcement Archive

Weekend picks High schoolers compete in track & field tonight in Lower WaHi. Learn about medievel arms and armour at a demonstration on Saturday in Fort Tryon Park. Close out your weekend with a concert in Hudson Heights featuring the double bass. —7:09 a.m., January 17

 

Mansion mention We’re smiling at having our Kids’ Calendar included on the Morris-Jumel Mansion’s page of activities in the community. There are plenty of other resources there too, so be sure to visit, both online and in person! —5:44 p.m., January 15

 

Package security If you’re still looking for ways to protect your deliveries, consider some of these:

• Have your package held at the post office for pickup.

• Take advantage of “Ship to Store” option when it’s available. Amazon offers a locker feature that allows you to pick up your package from a secure location, whether near home or work.

• Request signature confirmation for delivery.

     We have more suggestions below, under “Package Security.” —8:12 a.m., January 13

 

2020 market Demand for apartments below $1 million will continue to remain strong as the new buildings that will open this year are in the luxury range. Brooklyn will get 10,663 apartments in 393 new buildings in 2020. Queens will see 6,290 more apartments in 146 buildings, and Manhattan 5,426 apartments in 95 buildings. —9:32 a.m., January 12

 

Weekend picks Historically black colleges compete in track & field tonight in the Armory. Help spread mulched Christmas trees around the living trees Uptown on Saturday. Celebrate the birthday of Uptown's favorite political son, Alexander Hamilton, above, on Sunday in Lower WaHi. —9:37 a.m., January 10

 

Package security In Denver, porch pirates have been so active since 2015 that the number of packages they’ve stolen has increased 68 percent. Here are some tips from the Denver Police Department for protecting your deliveries, and our own set of ideas is below, under Package Security. —7:46 a.m., January 7

 

Top book The most popular book for checkout at the NYPL’s Fort Washington Library in 2019 was Becoming, by Michelle Obama. You can visit the branch in Fort George on 179th Street between St. Nicholas and Amsterdam Avenues. —10:31 a.m., January 5

 

Weekend picks There’s an open mic for teens tonight in Lower WaHi. The Cloisters hosts a tour just for families tomorrow. Take a hike looking for birds on Sunday. —8:46 a.m., January 3

 

Best wishes Here’s to a happy and prosperous new year! —9:44 a.m., January 1

 

Changing batteries Were you as busy as we were last week? We plumb forgot to mention that the winter solstice was the perfect mnemonic for changing the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Need any help? Ask Bud—3:04 p.m., December 29

 

Weekend picks Looking for bargain? Today’s the third day of Christmas and French hens are the cheapest birds mentioned in the famous song. If your true love bought you everything on the list, found out what the credit card bill would be. Tomorrow you can find out about holly, ivy, and other winter blooms in Fort Tryon Park. Or listen to some holiday jazz in Inwood on Sunday. —8:07 a.m., December 27

 

Down of a thistle Just as Bud threw open the top-floor door, he saw a sleigh flying across the Hudson toward Fort Lee … and found eight sets of ungulate tracks left of the roof. There’s nothing to dread. —12:04 a.m., December 25

 

Prancing & pawing After getting several reports from the sixth floor of noise on the roof, Bud is investigating. He’ll report back soon. —11:56 p.m., December 24

 

168 Street station The MTA’s gift to Fort George is the re-opening of the 1 Train station at 168th Street, where work to upgrade the elevators finished a month ahead of schedule. More elevator upgrades are in the works at four other Uptown stations: the 191st Street 1 station, the 190th Street A station, the 181st Street 1 station and the 181st Street A station, where work began in August. —7:07 a.m., December 24

 

Pinehurst gift Coming up blank for a last-minute gift idea? Surprise a neighbor with a button that marks the year construction on our building was completed. But that’s just a coincidence. It refers to 18 holes at the Pinehurst golf club in North Carolina, whose course No. 2 was also completed in 1907, and is said to be “one of the world’s most celebrated golf courses.” The pin measures only 1.5" across, but it will set you back a pretty penny. —9:03 a.m., December 22

 

Inwood rezoning After a state court struck down a city plan to build more housing in Inwood east of 10th Avenue and preserve the neighborhood west of 10th, residents who opposed the changes celebrated. The city has said it will appeal. —8:09 a.m., December 21

 

Weekend picks Explore the legacy of slavery, which happened here in Uptown too, at an Inwood exhibit today. Take a hike to look for eagles tomorrow at the tip of Manhattan. Enjoy the lighting of the first (electric) candle of a menorah on Sunday in a special garden. —6:49 a.m., December 20

 

Holiday travel Leaving town to celebrate with friends or family? Let Bud know, and a neighbor too, so they can keep an eye on your apartment while you’re gone. —6:08 a.m., December 19

 

Snow squalls Prepare for extremely poor visibility in heavy and blowing snow with wind gusts up to 40 mph, resulting in dangerous, life-threatening travel conditions. While the storm is forecast to end this evening, single-digit wind chills could could keep the city frigid through Thursday. Consider checking in on elderly neighbors to see if they could use some help running errands. —4:50 p.m., December 18

 

Package security, Part II Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day the U.S.P.S. will deliver 800 million packages. A retired NASA engineer has a way to stop porch pirates using glitter and a … certain scent. —7:49 a.m., December 17

 

Heights trailer You withstood the inconveniences in the subway, the pool, and on the streets. You’ll still have to wait six months for the final results, but the trailer to In The Heights, above, is out. —10:03 a.m., December 15

 

Weekend picks The exceptional artist Meredith Monk will be in conversation with Randy Cohen tonight on Audubon Terrace. Kids will enjoy the silly story in the play Stone Soup tomorrow in Fort George. Listen to a reading of ’Twas the Night Before Christmas on Sunday at the grave of its (probable) writer in Trinity Cemetery. —7:32 a.m., December 13

 

Condo taxes Here’s another reason to be glad you live in a pre-war co-op instead of a modern condo: taxes. Some condos built in the early 2000s received a special tax break, and it’s expiring at the end of next year. That means their value will decrease as the tax goes up on about 5,000 apartments across town, including more than 1,200 on the Upper West Side. The change could be another reason co-op prices increase. —7:36 a.m., December 11

 

Package security Have you lost a box after it was delivered and before you picked it up? You’re not alone: 90,000 of them go missing in New York every day, and residents in some buildings are protecting themselves. Some tips:

• Never buzz in someone whose identity you can’t establish.

• When you see strangers in the building, a friendly “Hello” or “can I help you find someone?” will let them know the residents are paying attention.

• You could collect a neighbor’s package from their doorstep and let them know you have it.

• And sign up for informed delivery from the USPS. —7:42 a.m., December 9

 

Holiday party It’s time to share the greetings of the season in the lobby this evening from 5 to 8. We’ll provide food & drink, you provide the sparkly sweater and smiles. —8:07 a.m., December 8

Thanks for making our party another success. A special thanks to you if you helped set up; a special thanks to you if you helped clean up; and to all, a good night! —8:23 p.m., December 8

 

Lobby decorations Join your neighbors at noon today to deck the halls and trim the lobby. We’ll be working until around 2, so stop by any time you’re free. No need to bring anything, though we won’t say no to say holiday cheer. —7:08 a.m., December 7

 

GWB construction Workers will start closing lanes on the bridge in the morning and will continue on a rotating basis all weekend. You can find the schedule here. And if you’re heading west, plan extra time. —6:56 p.m., December 6

 

Weekend picks Explore the sky at a family astronomy event this evening in Highbridge Park; if the skies are cloudy join in a sing-along of Messiah in Hudson Heights. Kids can make pomanders on Saturday in Lower WaHi. Uptown’s own Cornerstone Chorale performs its holiday concert on Sunday afternoon in Hudson Heights. —7:44 a.m., December 6

 

New construction Uptown real estate development continues with 28 apartments under construction in Lower WaHi. The building, on Amsterdam Avenue at 165th, replaces one built in 1910. —7:35 a.m., December 3

 

Wintry mix The weather’s going to be messy today—even alternate-side parking is suspended to help clear the snow. It’s our first winter weather of the season, so when you walk back in the lobby from being outdoors remember that our tile floor will be slippery. Use the carpets Bud set out to help dry your shoes. —7:54 a.m., December 2

 

Cat rescue When construction workers noticed a hungry cat on a scaffold of the GWB, they notified police who rescued the kit on Monday. Once it’s nourished back to health, it will be up for adoption at the Bergen County Animal Shelter. (No word on the gender.)  —9:17 a.m., December 1

 

Weekend picks Take a stroll through a park today to work off some of that pie. Then relax on Saturday with a Tudor Christmas concert in Hudson Heights. Go birding on Sunday, right, in Fort Tryon Park. —7:13 a.m., November 29

 

Happy Thanksgiving We wish you and yours a happy and safe holiday. —8:01 a.m., November 27

 

181st Street bus Now that 14th Street has a fast bus to carry 32,000 riders a day, the borough president is pushing to help the 140,000 daily riders on 125th and 181st Streets. A study will get started soon. —6:56 a.m., November 26

 

Inwood development The plan to turn the former parking garage at 4650 Broadway into apartments broke down last week when the two developers sued each other. One of them paid $54 million for the 47,000 square foot site and is moving ahead. —7:24 a.m., November 25

 

Broadway Bridge If you drive uptown in the evening hours, take note that tomorrow night the Broadway Bridge will close at 10 for deck repairs that will continue until Tuesday morning at 6. If there’s rain, the work will be postponed to December 2. —11:31 a.m., November 24

 

Weekend picks A free breast cancer screening opportunity is available today in Inwood. Kids can explore the medieval world in a hands-on way in Fort Tryon Park tomorrow, where Chicago musicians will perform music from the fifteenth century on Sunday afternoon. —6:32 a.m., November 22

 

F-18 flyover As they say in dramatic moments in the movies, this just in. Two Navy F/A-18 jet will fly over the Hudson River in about 18 minutes. They will fly at approximately 2,500 feet. —12:12 p.m., November 21

 

Parkway delay It hasn’t been an easy week for Uptown drivers. There’s a traffic accident this morning on the southbound Henry Hudson Parkway at 160th Street. Our suggestion: Take the A Train. —7:09 a.m., November 21

 

GWB delay To kick off your Monday morning, the outbound lanes approaching the bridge are delayed thanks to a collision. Consider an alternative route or get out of the house early. —6:47 a.m., November 18

 

High school What should secondary education look like? Are our schools living up to your expectations? An educator is looking for your input in a neighborhood discussion Friday evening in Inwood. —1:55 p.m., November 17

 

Weekend picks Two musical traditions meet over arroz con schnitzle tonight in a chamber music performace in Hudson Heights. Explore the land where the Lanape lived in Inwood tomorrow. Mark the contributions of Margaret Corbin and other Revolutionary War heroes at anniversary of the Battle of Fort Washington on Sunday in Fort Tryon Park. —7:27 a.m., November 15

 

GWB delays Thanks to a vehicle collision, you can expect extensive southbound traffic delays on the Cross Bronx Expressway at the George Washington Bridge. Consider alternate routes and allow for additional travel time. It should be cleared well before the morning rush. —1:22 a.m., November 13

 

Census responses When the 2020 comes around, we have a high standard to reach. Back in 2010, no neighborhood in all of Manhattan had a higher response rate than ours. Fort George and Hudson Heights (one tract in the census) had 78.5 percent of residents “self-reporting.” far higher than the city average ot 61.9 percent. —2:35 p.m., November 10

 

Weekend picks Pick up some baclava at St. Spyridon’s Greek Festival, which opens today in Fort George. Ride a dirt bike course tomorrow in Lower WaHi. Take a hike in Inwood Hill Park or Highbridge Park on Sunday. —9:41 a.m., November 8

 

Election day The polls are open until 9 tonight. Pinehurst residents vote at Holyrood Church: out the front door, to the right, left at 179th. —7:32 a.m., November 5

 

Tiny tricksters It was another festive Halloween night, with pictures to prove it! Check the slide show on our About the Pinehurst page for more, and thanks for sharing them. —7:24 a.m., November 4

 

Daylight saving It’s sixty minutes earlier than it was twenty-four hours ago. You remembered to change your clocks, right? —8:37 a.m., November 3

 

“A” Train changes With track improvements getting made, Uptown trains will skip the WaHi stop 163rd Street between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. this weekend and next. What’s more, the entire line above 59th Street will close between 9:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. on Monday nights through Friday mornings until November 22. Shuttle buses will be available. —9:49 a.m., November 2

 

Weekend picks If you can’t get enough of Halloween, drop by the Inwood jack o’ lantern festival this evening. Soccer fans will get a double-header tomorrow when both the women’s and men’s teams of Columbia and Yale meet in Inwood. Watch a special demonstration of medieval jewelry making in Fort Tryon Park on Sunday. —8:28 a.m., November 1

 

Affordable homes A report by Property Club puts a Lower WaHi street on its most-affordable list. Sales on 167th averaged $373,973, placing it eighth of all streets in the five boroughs, and third least expensive in Manhattan. That would be West 107th. The full report is here. —7:23 a.m., October 28

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447 Ft. Washington Owners’ Corp.
447 Ft. Washington Ave, Apt. 68
New York, NY 10033
(212) 896-8600
board@thepinehurst.org

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