Iconic theaters, spirited churches, and soul food
Harlem has long been known as the center of African-American culture in Upper Manhattan. Home to cozy jazz clubs, lively churches, bustling street markets, and iconic landmarks like the Apollo Theater, Harlem is rich in community pride. Shifting demographics have led to a modern revitalization of the neighborhood, including cutting-edge dining establishments, art galleries, and new condo developments. Much of Harlem real estate looks to preserve the neighborhood's rich history through the renovation of historic nineteenth century brownstones that so elegantly line the community's welcoming streets.
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Real Estate Statistics
- Total Listings: 8,260
- Average Price: $1,032,881
- Highest Price: $85,000,000
- Lowest Price: $250