|6||103rd St||8 min||0.37 mi|
|6||110th St||9 min||0.42 mi|
|6||96th St||13 min||0.6 mi|
|6||116th St||14 min||0.63 mi|
|2 3||110th St||20 min||0.9 mi|
|2 3||116th St||22 min||0.99 mi|
|4 5 6||86th St||23 min||1.04 mi|
|4 5 6||125th St||23 min||1.04 mi|
|B C||103rd St||27 min||1.2 mi|
|B C||Cathedral Parkway-110th St||27 min||1.21 mi|
|P.S. 146 Ann M. Short||PK - 5||2 min||0.1 mi|
Once home to a plethora of all types of immigrants, East Harlem actually used to have so many immigrants from Italy that one area was called Italian Harlem.
Now, East Harlem is home to the biggest concentrated Latino demographic in New York City, largely due to the influx of Puerto Rican immigrants post WWII. It’s no wonder that the alternate names for East Harlem are Spanish Harlem and El Barrio.