Harlem

Manhattan

About

At the heart of this neighborhood is its rich African-American history, reflected in its vibrant culture today. It’s best known as the birthplace of the Harlem Renaissance, a movement in the 1930s that set the social scene and expansion of African-American music, literature, dance, and art. A crowning jewel of Harlem is the Apollo Theater, a music hall which has hosted and helped launch the careers of many legendary performers, such as The Jackson 5 and Ella Fitzgerald. There’s plenty to do, see, and eat here, including civil-rights focused walking tours, the National Jazz Museum, and local favorite eateries like Melba’s for southern comfort food and Patsy’s for paper-thin crust pizza.








Locations in Harlem


Buildings in Harlem


204 W 123rd St

Harlem, Manhattan
4 Apartments · Built 1910
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160 W 123rd St

Harlem, Manhattan
4 Apartments · Built 1884
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88 Edgecombe Ave

Harlem, Manhattan
4 Apartments · Built 1920
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44 W 126th St

Harlem, Manhattan
4 Apartments · Built 1910
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39 W 126th St

Harlem, Manhattan
4 Apartments · Built 1909
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122 W 119th St

Harlem, Manhattan
4 Apartments · Built 1901
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