stops: 6 to
for East Harlem; 2 or 3 to
for Central Harlem; A, B, C, or D to
is hot! This famous neighborhood has new occupants such as
Former President Bill Clinton, and merchants have opened stores like
The Gap, Old Navy, Magic Johnson’s Theatres, Starbucks and Disney!
Celebrated establishments like the Apollo Theatre, Dance Theatre of
for African American Research and Sylvia’s eatery on
help set the tone for this area’s rebirth.
would you find this particular mix of academic and city life.
Most of the area is populated by students from
, Manhattan School of Music,
, and the Union Theological Seminary.
Now more than ever buyers and renters are vying
for property. Brownstones are snatched up just as quickly as
they are put on the market. Rental buildings offer the convenience of
Upper West Side
but with more attractive prices. There is a constant influx of people
who are newly discovering this area. A tight-knit community,
now thrives on diversity. People are coming for the
neighborhood’s history and gorgeous buildings.
is a residential, historic district north of
and south of
, one of the most sought after neighborhoods in
, allures residents with its blend of beautiful brownstones, limestone
townhouses and brick buildings. Landmark churches and the Gothic
add to the quaint atmosphere of the area.