This two-way thoroughfare passes a number of historic sites including the Hall of Fame for Great Americans and 1520 Sedgwick Avenue.
- The Hall of Fame for Great Americans directly overlooks Sedgwick Avenue.
- DJ Kool Herc is credited with helping to start hip hop and rap music at a house concert at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue.
- The Sedgwick Avenue station was a train station on the abandoned section of the IRT Ninth Avenue Line from 1918 until 1958.
- The 44th Precinct Sedgwick, also known as the Sedgwick Avenue NYPD station.
- The University Woods, overlooking the Harlem River is a small wood land crested between Sedgwick and Cedar Avenues, and is also known as Cedar Park or Cedar Woods.
- There were buses and streetcars along the avenue.
- Sedgwick Avenue remains a primary thoroughfare through University Heights and Kingsbridge Heights. Zip codes include 10463 and 10468.
- The Putnam Line had a station at Sedgwick Avenue.
- Morris Heights, Bronx is adjacent to the southeastern section of the avenue.
- The New York City Housing Authority has a number of large apartment complexes along the avenue.
- Roberto Clemente State Park, 1 West Tremont Avenue
- The avenue runs near the west and north sides of the Jerome Park Reservoir
- Mosholu Parkway intersects with Sedgwick Avenue at their northern ends.
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