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111 West 130th Street, Apt 2F
2,575/mo
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116 West 117th Street, Apt 2
1,999/mo
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257 West 139th Street, Apt 1
10,000/mo
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191 Saint Nicholas Avenue, Apt B1
4,500/mo
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111 West 130th Street, Apt GF
2,000/mo
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2082 Eighth Avenue, Apt 1BB
2,150/mo
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225 Central Park North, Apt 12
2,675/mo
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2247 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, Apt 4-C
2,484/mo
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1867 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, Apt 6-D
1,950/mo
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2130 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard
4,100/mo
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2308 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, Apt E-4
1,900/mo
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131 West 110th Street, Apt 4-B
2,950/mo
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101 West 127th Street, Apt 2
3,200/mo
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9 Mount Morris Park West, Apt 9-B
3,500/mo
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101 West 127th Street, Apt 1
3,200/mo
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286 West 127th Street, Apt 4-B
2,500/mo
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114 W 137th Street, Apt 1A
1,800/mo
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221 West 112th Street, Apt 2B
2,700/mo
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306 West 116th Street, Apt PH
3,600/mo
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255 West 136th Street, Apt B-1
1,700/mo
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272 West 115th Street, Apt 4-D
2,100/mo
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2255 Fifth Avenue, Apt 5G
2,268/mo
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284 West 137th Street, Apt 1-F
1,400/mo
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312 West 142nd Street, Apt 4-E
1,800/mo
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301 West 114th Street, Apt 3-B
3,500/mo
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357 West 116th Street, Apt 3
2,600/mo
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68 Bradhurst Avenue, Apt 6S
3,100/mo
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233 West 137, Apt 4
3,200/mo
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40 West 116th Street, Apt A-811
4,300/mo
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250 West 123rd Street, Apt 4
2,550/mo
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Harlem

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Harlem has long been the cultural heart of Upper Manhattan, and is known for its rich history as well as for being the birthplace of the Harlem Renaissance, a cultural, social and artistic movement that took place in the neighborhood in the 1920’s and 30’s. This creative spirit is still in the air today as the neighborhood is known for its world class jazz clubs, art scene, and vibrant nightlife with the famous Apollo Theater being the neighborhoods most iconic landmark. There’s also a burgeoning culinary scene, with an eclectic mix of ethnic and fine dining establishments opening in recent years culminating in Frederick Douglass Boulevard being dubbed Harlem's restaurant row. The neighborhood’s great cultural and entertainment scenes combined with better apartment prices than the Upper East and Upper West Side, along with its convenient location with easy access to both the east and west sides of Manhattan have made Harlem one of NYC’s most exciting neighborhoods, drawing an influx of new residents in recent years.