Washington Heights and Inwood experience a Jewish revival — and this time, young families are putting down roots.
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A professor of geography, Enid Lotstein became interested in some new territory last year — in Manhattan.
After renting in Harlem for seven years, Lotstein, who lives with her teenage daughter, decided it was time to buy. They investigated a few neighborhoods: familiar Harlem, Hudson Heights in the western section of Washington Heights and Inwood, the northernmost part of the borough, just above Washington Heights.