148th Street & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard
(8 min walk)
145th Street & St. Nicholas Avenue
(10 min walk)
Central Harlem stretches from beyond the northern end of Central Park to the Harlem River. It is a neighborhood with a rich history, beautiful architecture, and revitalizing growth. Harlem's diverse population reflects New York City's history and this area has been home to such famous names...
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