Visiting NYC?  Consider our lux apartment instead of a  hotel...

This is a unique 'property' offered as a short term sublet / rental to clients and associates. Home base in NYC for Dream Green Productions partners and Director, Victoria D'Angelo, we stay here during our visits and have our development meetings in the spacious office. Three bedrooms and lots of living space offers privacy and comfort.   A couple traveling with grandma and the kids...two travelers that want to stay in the same location and have workspace...lots of great ways to enjoy this very special location. 





  • 1250+ square foot overall living area.

  • Living room with electric fireplace and dining area, HD tv and DVD player. 

  • Country style kitchen, fully stocked for easy meals or gourmet cooking or entertaining. Catering services available. 

  • Entry seating area  for appointment arrivals.

  • To the left: the "Suite"; bedroom,  seating area, bathroom. 

  • Center: counry kitchen, living room, corporate office. 

  • To the right: two guest bedrooms with second bathroom. 

  • All linens are provided. Also: hair dryers, electric rollers, extra canvas tote bags, umbrellas, glass water bottles.

  • Zero Water Filter machine provides clean, filtered water.

  • On-site laundry facility or laundry service.

  • Cleaning service  is available  'on demand' , and after check out.

  • Use of MAC computer, wireless internet, full cable in 1 bedroom and living room.

  • Air conditioners in each room.

  • Overhead fans in each room.

  • Basic cable in living room and one bedroom. Amazon Fire in living room.

  • Empty closets and drawers, no clothes sharing.

  • Electric fireplace in living room.

  • Full entry area with seating.

  • Full elevator access, no stairs, wheelchair accessible.


Fully furnished with all the comforts of home,  we offer:


THE MASTER SUITE: a large, one bedroom / queen bed with private breakfast 'nook' and full bathroom, basic cable TV and wireless. Adjacent to the country style kitchen and living room, it is along one side of the overall space, offering ultimate privacy and convenience.  A 'bed & breakfast' look and feel, the 9' ceilings, wooden floors and tall windows disguise the trendy 'uptown' neighborhood outside! Air conditioning, ceiling fan. 



Located on the opposite side  of the apartment from the  "Master Suite", the main bedroom (full size bed) is a spacious area in a country style setting.  A full size desk creates a private workspace in addition to the larger office room.

The second guest room offers twin beds and three large windows with our amazing view of the Cloisters Museum and Ft. Tryon mountain.  Basic cable TV w DVR player and wireless internet. This is a perfect room when Mom & Dad are in the main guest room and the kids need their own space... or any situation for single sleeping set ups. 

A full bathroom is attached to these two guest rooms in a private hallway.



Our Director, Victoria, has a dangerous hobby; gourmet the kitchen, which she designed, has serious cooking in mind. However, for the rest of us, all appliances are there; microwave, toaster oven, juicer...the basics plus AND the awesome Zero Water filter machine; no need to buy plastic water bottles! 



We just love the electric fireplace; a bit of warmth and a wonderful glow sets a mood of total relaxation. Cozy and comfortable, and a great  place to watch cable, Amazon Fire, Netflix,  HD TV, a movie (we offer a library of DVDs) or the sunset outside! Its so nice to see 'sky' in NYC... 

The dining area seats 6 comfortably.



Actually, this is a 4 bedroom apartment - huge - but this room, equal in size to the living room, is also a fully appointed office and ideal for corporate  or client meetings: a large 'desk' table and a conference table that seats 6, plus a work center with scanner, printer, desktop computer with guest log in, hard line phone and other 'necessities'.  Log on to Skype home. We  use it for our presentations and partner meetings when we all connect in NYC - our 'think tank' environment. 



A bit odd to mention the entry area, but we set it up as a small seating area in case clients are ahead of schedule or want to relax and chat. Just thought you should know...



This neighborhood has the most amazing architecture; originally Dutch, the courtyard style  of this building and others in the area are wonderfully relaxing and romantic.  Entering from Broadway, a busy artery that runs the full length of Manhattan island, you pass thru a 'breezeway' into a private , landscaped courtyard.  Each entry area is called a "house". Enter the "house" via a security door to the elevator. The property has security cameras and an on-site Super, a fully (immaculate) laundry room across the courtyard and is wheelchair accessible. 


Adjacent to the building is the A Train subway; this is amazingly takes 18 minutes to get to Times Square,  about 20 to get to Penn Station. The 1 train is four blocks east, traveling a different route, or at 168th street, they intersect.  We love being able to pop onto the A train and head south to midtown or all the way to Battery Park. 


Arrival from LaGuardia or Kennedy airports is amazingly easy compared to dealing wth midtown traffic; off hours, a 20 minute drive. Since the location is above the midtown area, and north of the George Washington Bridge, it bypasses most of the 'mess'.  Crossing thru the Bronx area brings you to the major interstates heading north and south.  The Saw Mill River Parkway is an easy escape route also heading north or south on the west side of Manhattan Island.  



The area is called "Inwood Hills Park" and is more commonly known as a small section of  Washington Heights. It is the more northern end of Manhattan, where the rivers that surround NYC meet.  The buildings are not more than 7 stories tall, so it is more of a living community than a commerce area.  The building is at the corner of Broadway and Dyckman, where Riverside Drive ends. It's 3 blocks from the Henry Hudson Parkway and along the Hudson River (west) and 4 blocks from the East Side Drive (FDR) and the East River. Easy access to the airports...


The area has been nicknamed  the "South Beach of NYC"  due to the disproportionate numbers of unique restaurants in the area; just around the corner on Dyckman is restaurant row; all types of cuisine and each is a little jewel to visit. At the end of the 'row' is the now famous La Marina restaurant and entertainment venue; you can pull up in your yacht and have a fantastic view of the George Washington Bridge!  A growing area of NYC, it is unique in the world. Next to Fort Tryon, which you can hike in addition to trails along the Hudson, this is the highest peak in NYC, actually a mountain area. The famous Cloisters sits atop the mountain, visible from the apartment guest rooms.  A favorite of ours, the New Leaf Cafe is also located there. 


At street level, across from the entry is a 24 hour grocery; a life saver on more than one occasion. Banks, liquor stores, night clubs, delicatessens, butchers, retail stores; all are in the area offering convenience all around.