Harlem Apartments

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Carolyn Chappelle

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Warburg Realty Partnership LLC

#3 in Harlem , #9 in Tribeca , #13 in Upper East Side , #18 in Manhattan, NY , #62 in Upper West Side

Richard Mansfield

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Level Group, Inc.

#1 in Inwood , #1 in Kew Gardens, NY , #4 in Washington Heights , #4 in Harlem , #4 in Astoria Long Island City

Valerie Fadul

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Moroti Realty

#1 in High Bridge , #1 in Columbia University , #1 in CUNY Bernard M Baruch College , #2 in Bronx, NY , #2 in University Heights

 
 

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Renter Friendly

Renter Friendly

Local Guide - Real Estate Agent

As rental prices continue to soar past historic highs downtown Manhattan neighborhoods, the residents who can’t afford the increasing costs are moving to more affordable areas. Because of this, Harlem has become one of the trendiest NYC neighborhoods to live in. If you had told locals this just ten years ago, they wouldn’t have believed it. Harlem has historically been one of the most violent parts of the city, and far from desirable. However, it is currently undergoing a very controversial gentrification, as rents have risen and locals who have lived there for years are being forced to leave. But it’s indisputable that this neighborhood is being revitalized, with new businesses and housing properties popping up all over the community. I would recommend renting in Harlem now while the rent is still affordable, because in another decade it could easily transform into an expensive hotspot.

 
 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

Local Guide - Real Estate Agent

Despite the fact that Harlem is in the midst of gentrification and revitalization, crime is still a very real concern here. To its credit, it has noticeably decreased, but in the first ten months of this year, there were five times more shooting Harlem than the Upper West Side. Areas like East Harlem especially continue to be plagued by crime, and are much higher than the averages for other neighborhoods in New York City. However, many believe that downward trends will continue and the community will continue to fall closer to the average. Until that happens, however, don’t forget that Harlem is still one of the most dangerous parts of the city to live in.

 
 

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Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 2 Bed $4,000 23 W 116Th Street, New York, NY November 24th
thumbnail 4 Bed $3,675 245 W 135Th Street, New York, NY November 24th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,650 64 E 129Th Street, New York, NY November 24th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,525 303 W 154Th Street, New York, NY November 24th
thumbnail 3 Bed $3,300 21 W 121St Street, New York, NY November 24th
thumbnail 1 Bed $2,500 300 Manhattan Avenue, New York, NY November 24th
thumbnail 3 Bed $5,300 2300 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, New York, NY November 24th
thumbnail 2 Bed $4,600 306 W 116Th Street, New York, NY November 24th
0 Bed $1,500 437 Lenox Avenue - Community Facility, New York, NY November 23rd
thumbnail 3 Bed $2,550 2245 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard, New York, NY November 23rd
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Two $2,046 - $2,463
Studio - Three $2,150 - $5,750
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