"For An Appointment Only"
Up here, is essentially the edge of Manhattan. The only purpose for coming up here is to visit one of the hospitals that are in this area. The New York Presbyterian Hospital particularly has many specialists that deal with anything from Cardiology to Orthopedics to Chiropractors and Physical Therapists. There are some residential alcoves on this street, but it is not an entirely convenient area to get to. The closest train is the A on 207th street, which does run express, but is notorious for its long waiting times. I came here specifically for a hospital visit, and was hard pressed to find any other conveniences to this area save for the usual array of delis and bodegas. Driving here is almost a must, which is a strange concept in Manhattan, but the public transportation is scarce. I would recommend only coming here with a specific appointment. Otherwise, find an area that is more convenient. Unless, of course, you live close by.