History, Heritage, and Neighborhood Pride

Historically synonymous with African-American culture since the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920’s, in recent years this neighborhood has undergone a great socioeconomic transformation.  Today’s Harlem remains a vibrant artistic hub with a truly diverse population; lifelong residents and newcomers alike thrive in the close-knit community, with Harlem’s rich heritage still keenly felt alongside constant innovation.

 Its live/work/play environment has drawn families and first-time home buyers.  The 400-plus churches in Harlem, many of them on the register of historic places, and the proximity to Central Park – Harlem abuts the northern edge – are other enticements.  

A local ‘culinary renaissance’ is also taking place, with sworn downtown tastemakers venturing to Harlem’s many new notable restaurants and nightlife spots.



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