Marble Hill is a neighborhood in New York City, New York with a population of 10,137. Living in Marble Hill offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Marble Hill there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Marble Hill and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Marble Hill are above average.
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Top Public Schools Serving Marble Hill
Stuyvesant High School
- New York City Geographic District No. 2, NY
- 922 reviews
Bronx High School of Science
- New York City Geographic District No. 10, NY
- 806 reviews
Townsend Harris High School
- New York City Geographic District No. 25, NY
- 552 reviews
High School Math Science & Engineering at The City College of New York (CCNY)
- New York City Geographic District No. 5, NY
- 156 reviews
Bard High School Early College Queens
- New York City Geographic District No. 24, NY
- 317 reviews
Marble Hill Reviews
I live in the NYCHA development (Bailey Houses) two blocks away from the Marble Hill NYCHA development. This neighborhood is close to a lot of great delis and superstores like Target and Marshall's. It hasn't been gentrified yet but it is safer than most neighborhoods with NYCHA developments. I love this neighborhood but I can't see myself living here forever.
It is an island, emergency vehicles have difficulty moving about. There are many transit people coming to restaurants in the summer, drinking taking private neighborhood parking spaces, and noise factor is low class.
The area is pretty safe and there aren't many crimes around here. Sometimes there are your average teenagers standing on the corner just hanging out or in front of building, but they pay no mind to people just carry on with their own business. The police also respond pretty quick in case of an emergency. The 50th precinct is a short 7-10 minute walk from here.