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East Harlem

Landmarks

East Harlem, which is also often called Spanish Harlem and El Barrio, is a Manhattan neighborhood that still shows heavy Latin influence, which is what the area is known for. Located in northern Manhattan, East Harlem boasts a location that’s close to Central Park and other smaller area parks, as well as the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway. Some of the notable landmarks you’ll see in this vibrant neighborhood include the All Saints Church as well as The Graffiti Hall of Fame, El Museo Del Barrio, and Patsy’s Pizzeria, which has been an integral part of the neighborhood since 1933.

Transportation

Although East Harlem is located in a northernmost area of Manhattan from 97th street up to 135th street, most residents agree transportation options are plentiful, making it a convenient neighborhood. East Harlem is served by the 4,5 and 6 trains. These trains run along Lexington Avenue, and the 4 and 5 are express trains, which only stop at 125th Street. The number 6 subway line stops at several places in the neighborhood. There are also sixteen New York City Transit Authority bus routes that serve the neighborhood, including both local and express options.

Rent Prices

Despite increasing gentrification being seen in East Harlem, the neighborhood remains one of the few relatively reasonably priced holdouts in Manhattan. Current rental prices for a studio in East Harlem average just over $2,000, and that goes up to nearly $2,700 for a one-bedroom, and close to an average of $3,000 for a two-bedroom, which is below averages for all of New York. It’s also realistic to find studios and one-bedrooms for less than $2,000 in East Harlem.