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West Harlem Apartments for Rent

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West Harlem

Landmarks

West Harlem is also frequently known as Manhattanville, and it’s defined as the stretch of Harlem from 123rd to 135th. Sts. It goes from City College to the Hudson River, and one of the most notable features of the neighborhood is the Riverside Drive Viaduct, which is a roadway designed in the Beaux-Arts style, dating back to 1900. Also part of the neighborhood is the West Harlem Piers Park, offering waterfront green space as well as the Riverside Park bikeway. Along with the City College of New York, Columbia University is also an integral part of the area.

Transportation

You can reach West Harlem by the 1 train, which services stops at both 125th and 135th Sts. You can also take the M100 bus or the M101 to reach Amsterdam Ave. and 138th St. The 1 train serves as a connection between West Harlem and the Financial District to the south, and to the north, the Bronx. You can also take the 2 and 3 trains to reach those destinations, as well as Brooklyn. The C train can bring you from West Harlem to Queens, and the 4, 5, A and D trains offer express service to downtown.

Rent Prices

The price of rent is somewhat lower than other neighborhoods in Manhattan, and the average cost for a one-bedroom apartment is just under $2,000 a month. You can also find more spacious apartments with two and three-bedrooms for less expensive than many other NYC neighborhoods. For example, it’s possible to find two-bedroom apartments for less than $3,000 a month and three-bedroom options for less than $3,500 a month.