Central Harlem, which includes the sub-neighborhoods of Mount Morris, Strivers’ Row and Astor Row, is a neighborhood facing a new wave of gentrification. Traditionally a major African American residential, cultural and business center, Harlem saw an influx of artistic and professional works during the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920s and 1930s. However, the Great Depression caused a significant increase in crime and poverty rates in the neighborhood, causing a major drop in population and real estate prices. Since the late 1990s, Central Harlem has experienced social and economic gentrification, spurred by fierce crime fighting... [more]
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Availability & value
Prices displayed are median values
|1 Bed||$559,000 13 listings||$607,500 2 listings|
|2 Beds||$949,500 42 listings||$922,500 2 listings|
|3 Beds||$2,495,000 13 listings|
|3+ Beds||$4,750,000 1 listings||$988,000 1 listings|
|Studios||$1,725 67 listings|
|1 Bed||$1,175,000 1 listings||$2,048 140 listings|
|2 Beds||$550,000 2 listings||$2,595 172 listings|
|3 Beds||$3,200 75 listings|
|3+ Beds||$5,400 28 listings|
161 Listings For Sale
median: $1,050,000 | $874 per ft² | 1,207 ft²
482 Listings For Rent
median: $2,400 | $38 per ft² | 880 ft²
14 New Developments
median: $857,000 | $1,009 per ft² | 800 ft²
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