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West Harlem

Located in All Upper Manhattan, Manhattan

What's Close by?

West Harlem
$704 per ft² (avg.)
Morningside Heights
$739 per ft² (avg.)
Hamilton Heights
$700 per ft² (avg.)
Central Harlem
$852 per ft² (avg.)

Stretching north of 123rd street to 155th street and straddling the Hudson River and St Nicholas Avenue, West Harlem comprises of Hamilton Heights, Sugar Hill and Manhattanville. The neighborhood has witnessed some dilution in the African American majority with the influx of more white and Hispanic residents. Harlem has experienced gentrification on and off for many decades now. Crime rates are still high and active measures are being taken to tackle them. Unemployment and mortality rates surge in Harlem. However, recent developments in real estate and Columbia’s expansion plans offer hope to the area. Culturally, Harlem isn’t... [more]

Photos in West Harlem

Availability & value

Prices displayed are median values

Condos Co-ops
1 Bed
2 Beds
3 Beds
3+ Beds
New devs Rentals
1 Bed $1,875 7 listings
2 Beds $2,300 15 listings
3 Beds $3,000 7 listings
3+ Beds $3,470 2 listings

3 Listings For Sale

0 new listings, 0 sold this week

median: $269,000 | $0 per ft² | 0 ft²   View All Listings

504 West 135th Street #2B
$319,000 for sale
2 beds1 bath
Co-op in West Harlem
145 Morningside Avenue #4B
$259,000 for sale
1 bed1 bath803 ft²
Co-op in West Harlem

32 Listings For Rent

1 new listings, 1 rented this week

median: $2,325 | $35 per ft² | 800 ft²   View All Listings

359 West 126th Street
$1,875 for rent
1 bed1 bath
Rental Unit in West Harlem
516 West 135th Street
$2,550 for rent
3 beds1 bath
Rental Unit in West Harlem
449 W 125
$2,600 for rent
2 beds1 bath
Rental Unit in West Harlem
4 Convent Avenue
$2,800 for rent
2 beds1.5 baths
Rental Unit in West Harlem

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