Extending north from 110th street to the 125th street and east from Riverside Drive to Morningside Drive, Morningside Heights is considered to lie in ‘Greater Harlem’. Referred to as a ‘college town’ within Manhattan, this neighborhood is home to Columbia University, Barnard College, Manhattan School of Music and many other academic institutions. Columbia University’s expansion has brought in most of the gentrification in this area, making undeveloped farmland and the existence of an asylum fall into history. Another important property here is the Cathedral of St John the Divine, which stands as a symbol of the link between modern day and historic culture of this region. The Cathedral is in fact the world’s largest Anglican Church, adding a rich tint to the cultural fabric of the area. Other interesting sites include Grant’s Tomb and Riverside Church. Most of the activity in Morningside Heights can be attributed to college students. Bustling with energy and filled with aromas of Sachertortes, the streets are almost always very charming. Subway lines 1, A, B, C, and D run through the neighborhood.