从中央车站,乘坐Metro-North,到达Riverdale,或者乘坐1号地铁,到达北部最后一个车站，车站外面,有WaveHill标志的小巴,免费接送。(从中央车站前往，40分钟左右)。 Wave Hill 门口,有停车场。
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肯尼迪总统,出生在波士顿，1927年起,曾经在这里住过两年，以前的号码,是5040 Independence Ave，现在这个号码,已经找不到，侧门号码,为 630 West 252 Street, Bronx, NY 10471，该楼,建于1899年。(本图及下面地图,来自网络)
Notable natives and residents
Anahid Ajemian (born 1924) Concert violinist, co-founder of The Composers String Quartet
Robert Alfano (born 1941) physicist, inventor, discovered supercontinuum
Sean Altman (born 1961) musician, songwriter and founder of Rockapella.
William Henry Appleton (1814–1899), publisher, lived at Wave Hill.
George Avakian (born 1919) noted Jazz producer and innovator
Hannelore Baron (1926–1987), collage and assemblage artist.
Ray Barretto, bandleader and conga player, the “godfather of Latin jazz,” lived at 2390 Palisades Ave.
Béla Bartók (1881–1945), composer and pianist, lived at 3242 Cambridge Avenue.
Justin Fornal, film director.
Rudolf Bing (1902–1997), former General Manager of the Metropolitan Opera. lived at the Hebrew Home for the Aged from 1989 until his death.
Ruby Braff (1927-2003), jazz trumpeter and cornetist, lived on Hudson Manor Terrace.
Jonathan Brewster Bingham (1914–1986), member of the House of Representatives for Riverdale and other sections of the Bronx from 1965 to 1983, for whom a segment of Independence Avenue north of 5000 Independence Avenue, his home with June Rossbach Bingham (later June Bingham Birge,) has been named.
Brian Curtin Patterson, (born 1977) entrepreneur and founder of Java Ads, lives at Fieldston Plaza
June Bingham Birge (1919–2007), author and playwright.
Ron Blomberg (born 1948), first DH in baseball history, former NY Yankee, lived at the Whitehall (3333 Henry Hudson Parkway).
[Ted Brown (radio)|Ted Brown] (1924–2005), charismatic radio personality, worked at several stations in New York City including WMGM, WNEW and WNBC.
Chris Chambliss (born 1948), former Yankee first baseman and hitting coach.
Ronni Chasen, Hollywood publicist.
Kevin Collins, actor.
Yvonne De Carlo (1922–2007), movie and television actress, lived at the Whitehall.
Joey Donovan, (1967–, birth name Joey Reynolds), founder and president of Ad Astra Radio; nationally broadcast radio talk show host, lived at 2800–2810 Bailey Avenue from 1967–75.
Bill Evans, jazz pianist, played with Miles Davis and led a famous trio with Scott LaFaro (bass) and Paul Motian (drums).
Seth Farber, rabbi and historian.
Fernando Ferrer (born 1950), former Bronx Borough President.
Ella Fitzgerald (1917–1996), jazz singer, lived at the Colored Orphan Asylum in Riverdale.
Julio Franco (born 1958), former New York Mets first basemen, lived in the Century.
Sidney Frey (1920–1968), Audio Fidelity Records, producer of the first stereo record, lived at Highpoint.
Fred W. Friendly (1915–1998), former president of CBS News, lived at 4614 Fieldston Road.
Lou Gehrig (1903–1941), New York Yankees baseball star, lived and died at 5204 Delafield Avenue.
Jordan Gelber, actor who inaugurated the role of “Brian” in the Broadway production of Avenue Q.
Blu Greenberg (born 1936), writer specializing in Modern Orthodox Judaism and women’s issues.
Irving Greenberg (born 1933), Modern Orthodox rabbi Jewish-American scholar and author.
Desmond Harrington (born 1976), actor.
Nat Holman (1896–1995), Hall of Fame basketball player and CCNY coach; lived at the Hebrew Home for the Aged.
Charles Evans Hughes, III(1915–1985), architect.
H. Stuart Hughes (1916–1999), professor and activist.
Richard Joel (born 1950), President of Yeshiva University.
Laura Kam (born 1958), Israel advocate, Senior Adviser at the Israel Project.
Eric Kandel (born 1929), Columbia University neuroscientist, winner of the Nobel Prize for his work on learning and memory.
Joan Bennett Kennedy (born 1936), spouse of Senator Ted Kennedy.
John F. Kennedy (1917–1963), U.S. President, lived at 5040 Independence Avenue, across the street from Wave Hill.
Bernard Kerik (born 1955), former New York City Police Commissioner.
Theodore Kheel, labor lawyer.
G. Oliver Koppell (born 1940), former New York State Attorney General and current member of the New York City Council.
Fiorello H. La Guardia (1882–1947), Mayor of New York City during the 1930s and 1940s. He lived at 5020 Goodridge Avenue.
John L. Lahey (born 1946), president of Quinnipiac University.
Christopher Lehmann-Haupt (born 1934), journalist, critic and novelist.
Timothy “Speed” Levitch (born 1970), tour guide and voice actor.
Jacob “Jack” J. Lew, (born 1955) former Director of the U.S. OMB, and now [designate for] U.S. Deputy Secretary of State
Sal Maglie (1917–1992), pitcher who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants, and New York Yankees during his career.
Willie Mays (born 1931), baseball star, lives at The Whitehall.
Sean Murray Tyndall legend and former street soldier loyal to the infamous Don Cuddles (El Padrino) Currently treasurer for the Riverdale chapter of Red Neck Golf USA
Tim Morehouse, Olympic fencer.
Tracy Morgan (born 1968), starred on Saturday Night Live and appears in 30 Rock, lived at the Century.
Elie Nadelman (1882–1946), Polish/American sculptor lived at the Alderbrook Estate on Independence Avenue near Wave Hill.
Philip Nadelman (born 1955), accomplished songwriter and artist lives on Johnson Avenue, he is the grandson of Elie Nadelman the artist.
George Walbridge Perkins (1862–1920), first president of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission.
Jennifer Raab, president of Hunter College.
Ed Rendell (born 1944), Governor of Pennsylvania.
Sugar Ray Robinson (1921–1989), said to be “pound for pound the best”  boxer in history.
Theodore Roosevelt, Sr. (1831–1878), banker and father of the U.S. President.
Jonathan Rosenblatt, Rabbi of the Riverdale Jewish Center
David Shapiro (born 1947), poet and literary critic.
Carly Simon (born 1945), singer/songwriter, lived in Fieldston.
Joanna Simon (born 1940), Mezzo-soprano.
Lucy Simon (born 1943), composer.
Richard L. Simon (1899–1960), co-founder of Simon & Schuster.
Regina Spektor (born 1980), singer/songwriter grew up in Riverdale and graduated rom SAR Academy
Eliot Spitzer (born 1959), former Governor of New York, was born in Riverdale.
Ed Sullivan (1901–1974), television personality, lived at the Whitehall.
Billy Taylor (1921–2010), American jazz giant
U Thant (1909–1974), former United Nations Secretary-General.
Kool Keith Thornton (born 1964), prolific hip-hop artist and founding member of the Ultramagnetic MCs.
Richard Tofel, president and CEO of the International Freedom Center.
Arturo Toscanini (1867–1957), Conductor, lived at Wave Hill.
Mark Twain (1835–1910), author, lived at Wave Hill from 1901 to 1903.
Steven Tyler (born 1948), American musician and songwriter (Aerosmith), lived in Netherland Gardens.
Abe Vigoda (born 1921), movie and television actor.
Alexander S. Webb (1835–1911), Union Army general who was awarded the Medal of Honor.
Joseph H. H. Weiler (born 1951), Joseph Straus Professor of Law and European Union Jean Monnet Chair at New York University School of Law.
Avi Weiss (born 1944), activist Modern Orthodox Rabbi.
Rosalyn Sussman Yalow (born 1921), Nobel Laureate.
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