The neighborhood right above Harlem. Runs from 155 St to Dykman St in the upper Manhattan area. Home to the largest concentration of Dominicans in New York City. The most popular streets are 168 st, 181 st and Dykman. The women in this sea are said to be smoking hot yet conceited and usually go after drug dealers and gangbangers.
Bob: "I heard Washington Heights has some hot chicks."
Michael: "Well you might as well forget about pickin' one up, unless you have a car or sell drugs."
African-AmericansVille(the central part at least). Known for it's history of African Americans. Of course other ethnic groups like hispanics and a few whites have been making up residence in this area. Harlem is a very large neighborhood in Manhattan and can be broken up to 3 parts: East Harlem(5th ave and east), Central Harlem(5th ave to St. Nicholas ave), and West Harlem or Hamilton Heights(St. Nicholas and further west) which is basically an extension of Washington Heights as it is predominantly a Dominican area. East Harlem is also predominantly hispanic (mainly Puerto Rican).
Tony: "Are you sure we're in Harlem? I see nothing but hispanics out here."
Hector: "That's because we're in East Harlem."
The western section of Harlem, runs west of St. Nicholas ave to the hudson river. A predominantly Dominican neighborhood thanks to Washington Heights being right above it, this area is home to famous landmarks such as Sugar Hill and the Hamilton Grange National Memorial.
Hamilton Heights is in Harlem, West Harlem to be exact.