146 W 140TH ST in Harlem

Harlem

Great food Fun nightlife Cool factor Families Near park On the rise Young crowd

If there’s any neighborhood that has experienced a real estate transformation in New York, it’s Harlem.

Beautifully renovated townhouses are slowly replacing older buildings. And people who at one point wouldn’t have dared to go above 125th Street now not only go up there, but choose to live there for the space, affordable rent, culture and neighborly vibe.

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Building Mix

  • 27% Pre War
  • 19% Walk-Up
  • 10% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 9% Post War
  • 8% Elevator Building
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Descriptions of 146 W 140th St

Building located off Malcolm X Boulevard, offers the convenience of having one Laundromat at the end of each street where it is located, as well as a Supermarket and the end of each block, making grocery shopping a short half city block distance, coming or going towards the train station. The beautiful and historic walk in the tree lined streets of Hamilton Heights is only two blocks away, one block from Supermarket and deli store, 2 laudries, one at each end of the street. Transportation made easy 3 train in 4 blocks, 2 train in 6 blocks, B-C trains on 137th street and Saint Nicholas Avenue along the green area of City College Campus. Luca Negro (Sep 2014)
Prewar Building, Live In Super, Just Steps to Restaurants, Supermarkets, Shopping, Laundry, City College, Striver's Row, Jackie Robinson Park and Public Pool, and the B, C, and Express A, D, and 3 trains. Jeremiah Wiggins (Apr 2014)
HOT W140's 1Bedroom in an elevator building with LAUNDRY on premise, has new renovations, high ceilings, GRANITE kitchen with ALL WHITE appliances, DISHWASHER, hardwood floors, new tile bath. Bernard Wingo (Apr 2013)
From the galleries of its iconic theatres to the dusky insides of its monumental jazz clubs, Harlem’s influential rhythm permeates the perservering neighborhood. Best known for its role in creating the 1920s cultural movement, the Harlem Renaissance, the neighborhood still celebrates its roots and vibrant culture. Justin DiGiulio (May 2014)
With renovated apts, hardwood floors, hi ceilings and modern kitchen and bath near colonial park and subway in thriving harlem neighborhood. Bruno Boudjemai (Sep 2012)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • 2 3 135 St (0.26 mi)
  • 3 145 St (0.36 mi)
  • C A D B 135 St (0.47 mi)
  • 3 Harlem - 148 St (0.51 mi)
  • C A D B 145 St (0.52 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 0
Floor area: 28963
Year built: 1924

Building Median Rents

Studio: $1,140
2br: $1,650
1br: $1,300

Nearby Schools

P.S. 194 Countee Cullen
Elementary
244 WEST 144 STREET
P.S. 123 Mahalia Jackson
K-8
301 WEST 140 STREET
Thurgood Marshall Academy For Learning And Social
Secondary School
200-214 WEST 135TH STREET
P.S. 175 Henry H Garnet
Elementary
175 WEST 134 STREET
Bread & Roses Integrated Arts High School
High school
6 EDGECOMBE AVENUE
P.S. 092 Mary Mcleod Bethune
Elementary
222 WEST 134 STREET
Mott Hall High School
High school
6 EDGECOMBE AVENUE
Kappa Iv
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
6 EDGECOMBE AVENUE
P.S. 197 John B. Russwurm
Elementary
2230 5 AVENUE
Frederick Douglass Academy
Secondary School
2581 7TH AVENUE
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