This neighborhood was once a small village in the 19th century that flourished during the Industrial Revolution. Centered around 125th Street and Broadway on the West Side, Manhattanville was once the residential, manufacturing and transportation hubs of New York City because of its access to the Hudson River. Today, the neighborhood still contains its religious and educational institutions and Columbia University is also expanding its campus into this West Harlem locale.
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