582 SAINT NICHOLAS AVE 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 582 Saint Nicholas Ave

The building sits a couple of blocks away from City College, Riverbank State Park, New York Sports Club, Pathmark, Bank of America, Chase, and tons of shops and restaurants that's alongside Broadway. Only blocks away from City College of New York and Subway(1, A, B, C, D) which is only a short ride to Central Park and the incredible Upper East and West Side. The neighborhood provides an unlimited amount of bars, restaurants, clubs, parks, libraries, movie theaters, and great hangouts. In addition to being located right above the 1 train, it is a five minute walk away from Columbia University. Brian W. Murphy (Nov 2012)
Many ethnic restaurants, bars, lounges and a variety of shops to suit every taste in this area like Londel's Restaurant, Jacob Restauramt, Queen Sheeba, Epiphany Lounge, and many more. Laurie Nesbitt (May 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. Residents enjoy these remarkable places and the casual atmosphere of the neighborhood as a whole, as well as fantastic restaurants, bars, and high-end retail. Best known for its role in creating the 1920s cultural movement, the Harlem Renaissance, the neighborhood still celebrates its roots and vibrant culture. Its impeccable appearance comes at a cost, and this neighborhood’s high price tags may dissuade some from taking a closer look. It’s a quarter of the city where there’s always something to do, and new restaurants and shops to explore. Your a step away from the 1 Train with a 10 minute commute Downtown. Justin DiGiulio (May 2014)
Nicholas Park, 3 bloks from the express A B C D trains and convenient to NYSC, Starbucks etc. Dishwasher, laundry'room in basement, elevator building, live-in super, even a bike room. Jenny Fitch (Jun 2014)
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Nearby Subway Stations

  • C A D B 135 St (0.19 mi)
  • C A D B 145 St (0.34 mi)
  • C A D B 145 St (0.34 mi)
  • 1 145 St (0.53 mi)
  • 1 137 St - City College (0.54 mi)

building details

Floors: 6
Units: 96
Floor area: 65382
Year built: 1914

Building Median Rents

2br: $1,795

Nearby Schools

  • P.S. 123 Mahalia Jackson
  • K-8
  • 301 WEST 140 STREET
  • High School For Mathematics, Science And Engineeri
  • High school
  • 240 CONVENT AVE
  • Bread & Roses Integrated Arts High School
  • High school
  • 6 EDGECOMBE AVENUE
  • Mott Hall High School
  • High school
  • 6 EDGECOMBE AVENUE
  • Kappa Iv
  • Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
  • 6 EDGECOMBE AVENUE
  • A. Philip Randolph Campus High School
  • High school
  • 443 WEST 135 STREET
  • P.S. 194 Countee Cullen
  • Elementary
  • 244 WEST 144 STREET
  • P.S. 325
  • Elementary
  • 500 WEST 138 STREET
  • P.S. 192 Jacob H. Schiff
  • Elementary
  • 500 WEST 138 STREET
  • P.S. 092 Mary Mcleod Bethune
  • Elementary
  • 222 WEST 134 STREET
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