Harlem first rose to fame as the birthplace of the 1920s renaissance movement, and is now a thriving mix of cultural traditions and avant garde creativity. Generations of art, food, and demographic shifts mean that newcomers and life-long residents continue to redefine one of the city’s most iconic culture hubs.
Professionals and lifelong residents.
Long-standing residents have been the driving force for community development in Harlem since the early 1900s, seeing the neighborhood through generations of artistic innovation, cultural shifts, and social change.
Nearby Neighborhoods: Morningside Heights and East Harlem
Nearby Subways: 2,3,A,C,B,D