East Harlem

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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.

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Building Mix

  • 24% Walk-Up
  • 22% Pre War
  • 14% Elevator/Laundry Building
  • 13% Luxury Highrise
  • 8% New Building

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A community comprised of twelve buildings stretching from the FDR to Fifth Avenue between 135th and 138th Sts. Built in 1944, the complex has been home to many notable Harlem residents. This gated community features a landscaped interior courtyard with lovely seating areas, a play area and basketball court. Other amenities include private security, on-site laundry and parking. Building Features One and two bedroom apartments Recently renovated Gourmet kitchens Stainless steel appliances Sleek cabinetry and countertops Elegant baths with ceramic tile detail and modern fixtures

Apartment Details


$1,850, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Last Updated 6 Months
Listed For 6 Months
Available Immediately

Dishwasher, Elevator, Laundry Room, Outdoor Space, Parking

Nearby Subway Stations
  • 2 3
    135th St (0.25 mi)
  • 2 3
    125th St (0.49 mi)
  • 4 5 6
    125th St (0.49 mi)
  • 3
    145th St (0.62 mi)
  • B C
    135th St (0.66 mi)
  • A C B D
    125th St (0.79 mi)
  • 3
    148th St (0.89 mi)
  • 2 3
    116th St (0.91 mi)
  • 6
    116th St (0.92 mi)
  • A C B D
    145th St (0.94 mi)

$1,850One Bedroom