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Harlem

Landmarks

Harlem is a sprawling neighborhood located in the northern part of Manhattan, and since the 1920s it has been known as the premier center of African-American culture. The history of Harlem is defined as being the birthplace of the Harlem Renaissance, and later in the 20th century, it was a key center of business for African Americans. Many of the historical elements of this neighborhood remain, with a key attraction being the Apollo Theater as well as the Studio Museum. Also notable is the Abyssinian Baptist Church, which was established in Harlem in 1923.

Transportation

For Harlem residents, the 125th Street Subway Station is a good option. This express station has four tracks and two island platforms, and it’s the IRT Lexington Avenue Line’s northernmost station in Manhattan. It’s located at Lexington and East 125th, and the 4 and 6 trains always serve this station and during the day and early evening, it’s served by the 5 train. Also in the neighborhood is the Harlem-148th St. terminal on the IRT Lenox Avenue Line, although it’s actually at 149th St.

Rent Prices

Harlem has seen an increase in real estate demand over recent years, as new commerce and retailers have moved into the area, and prices have gone higher in other parts of the city. The median home value is more than $940,000, and the median rent is nearly $2,200. While this may be expensive as compared to other areas of the country, it’s lower than the overall New York median rental price.