West Harlem Apartments
Manhattan

Harlem has fast been becoming the New York renter’s favorite rising neighborhood and West Harlem is no exception.

West Harlem technically contains two smaller sub-neighborhoods called Hamilton Heights and Manhattanville. They are located north of 125th Street and below 155th Street, with the City College of New York based right in the center – so many students find it practical to set up shop in this affordable neighborhood. West Harlem’s lush greenery in Riverside Park makes it easy to exercise, walk dogs and take romantic waterfront strolls with views of our New Jersey neighbors across the Hudson River.

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1br, Manhattanville, $1,975

$1,975, West Harlem

1 Bedroom Available. Building amenities include elevator, doorman and laundry. Close to Broadway and Public Transportation. Pleas (...)
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2br, 327 Saint Nicholas Avenue, Manhattanville, $3,400

$3,400, West Harlem

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2 Bedroom Rare vacancy in public school building converted to residential apartments ! Huge 2 Bedroom in pre war loft type elevat (...)
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1br, Manhattanville, $1,900

$1,900, West Harlem

This 1 bedroom is on a high floor with a beautiful view.The building has a full time doorman, valet, garage and a laundry roomPle (...)
1br, 1BA
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2br, Manhattanville, $2,295

$2,295, West Harlem

This unit has a walk-in closet that is conveniently located next to the front door. The kitchen is granite finished with stainles (...)
2br, 1BA
~ 4 Hours since update
2 agents listing apt.
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Building Address # no-fee apts
625 W 133RD ST 42
381 W 125TH ST 2
379 W 125TH ST 1
3320 BROADWAY 1
3381 BROADWAY 1
460 W 126TH ST 1
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median rent for a 1br based on nakedapartments.com listings

$1,800

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Building Mix based on nakedapartments.com listings

  • 61% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 11% Pre War
  • 9% Elevator Building
  • 9% Walk-Up
  • 5% Luxury Highrise

Neighborhood Popularity based on nakedapartments.com searches

66

2012 rank: 182

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More about West Harlem

Hamilton Heights has had a large population of Latino and African American people since the 1980s, although the attractive rent prices and large brownstone apartments are bringing in students, young professionals and couples of all ethnicities. This green and hilly area is north of Morningside Heights and south of Washington Heights, both neighborhoods that contain campuses and students from Columbia University.

Manhattanville’s riverside location has played a pivotal role in the city’s transport and trade activity in the past. Manhattanville became the first station on the Hudson River Railroad and the wharf was heavily relied on by ferries and boats throughout the 19th century. The city has been investing in the waterside setting by building the West Harlem Piers Waterfront Park, which includes a fishing pier, sculptures, water taxi stations and greenery – making the area even more attractive to families, fitness lovers and those who are moving uptown to enjoy having more space.

West Harlem also has many historical religious institutions such as St. Mary’s Protestant Episcopal Church, the Roman Catholic Church of the Annunciation and the Old Broadway Synagogue. Other landmarks include Grant’s Tomb, the Manhattan School of Music and the Trinity Church Cemetery – so exploring historical architecture and culture isn’t difficult. While a few chains and small, family-owned stores are scattered along Broadway to provide you with your basic needs, a few trendier watering holes for young people are also popping up.

In terms of transit, drivers will enjoy the many parking spots and easy access to the West Side Highway and commuters will be able to access Lower Manhattan in the blink of an eye with the 1, 2 and 3 trains.