Neighborhood Guide

Harlem


Boundaries: Central Harlem: 110th Street to Harlem River; 5th Avenue to St. Nicholas Avenue.

Where Would You Live? Harlem offers a variety of housing options from unique brownstones to mid-rise buildings as well as new construction amenity buildings.  

Neighborhood Features: Harlem has a rich cultural history and historic venues such as the Apollo Theater are still a great way to experience it. Another venue for summer is the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in Marcus Garvey Park; Outdoor recreational venues Central Park; trendy dining at Red Rooster and soul food hot spots Amy Ruth’s and Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. Nightlife venues Lenox Lounge and Harlem Tavern.

Subways: 6 to 96th St. | 2,3 to Central Park North (110th St. ) | 2,3 to 116th St. | 6 to 116th St. | A,B,C,D to 125th St. | 2,3 to 125th St. | 4,5,6 to 125th St. | 2,3 to 135th St. | B,C to 135th St. | A,B,C,D to 145th St. | 3 to 145th St. | 3 to Harlem 148th St. | C to 155th St. | B,D to 155th St.

 


Size Starting from Available Avg. $/Ft2 DOM
Studio $175.0K 21 $1,070 140
1 BR $225.0K 93 $1,126 159
2 BR $212.5K 117 $1,010 174
3 BR $350.0K 67 $1,232 148

$740

Avg. Price/SqFt.

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