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Harlem apartments provide residents with the unique opportunity to live in one of the most culturally-rich neighborhoods of Manhattan for a reasonable price. Harlem is bounded by the Hudson River and East River on each respective side, with Washington Heights to the north and 125th Street, Morningside Avenue, Central Park at 110th Street and 96th Street to the south. The area consists of a diverse blend of individuals as it has recently experienced intense social and economic gentrification over the past several decades.
As the birthplace of the renowned Harlem Renaissance, Harlem has been the home to an array of history, artistry, and social and political movements throughout the past century. Divided into West Harlem, Central Harlem, and East or Spanish Harlem, the neighborhood offers a home to many different types of individuals. Some of the neighborhood’s most popular landmarks include the Apollo Theater, El Museo Del Barrio, Marcus Garvey Park, and St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, formerly named Trinity Church. With just a short commute to Midtown, Harlem is home to many working professionals looking to live in a more affordable area, as well as students, due to its proximity to Columbia University, and families.
In response to the gentrification over the past years, property values nearly tripled during the 1990s. Ever since, large national chains have moved into the neighborhood to provide their services. Some of New York’s finest original townhouses still exist within the Mount Morris Historic District, as well as the history, and beautiful churches in the area. With a blend of walk-ups, high rise buildings, and some preserved townhouses, Harlem has maintained its diversity in terms of its people and living arrangements.
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Apartments in Harlem
The Aspen (1955 First Avenue) – A modern mid-rise concierge building offering a fitness center.
The Beaumont (730 Riverside Drive) – An 11-story elevator building which was built in 1912.
Kanawah Court (614 West 157th Street) – A landmark low-rise elevator building with a courtyard.
The Casablanca (121-125 East 110th Street) – An elevator building offering a large communal patio.
Lackspur (304 West 117th Street) – An 8-story modern elevator building with a doorman and super.
Lennox Terrace (470-484 Lenox Avenue) – A 6-building residential community with a 24-hour doorman.
Manhattan Powell (160 West 119th Street) – A 5-story walk-up brick apartment building with 14 units.
River Cliff (618-628 West 151st Street) – A pre-war elevator building with 61 units.
Beacon Towers (34 West 139th Street) – A mid-rise doorman building with a communal terrace.
The Ivy Condominium (249 East 118th Street) – A modern elevator condo building offering a gym.
Hampton Court (333 East 102nd Street) – A mixed-use modern building with a furnished sun terrace.
The Lenox (380 Lenox Avenue) – A 12-story concrete and steel building offering a 24-hour concierge.
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