Neighborhood thoroughfares Malcolm X, Adam Clayton Powell, and Martin Luther King Jr. boulevards are Civil Rights-era touchstones, but Harlem's history and present day make it one of New York's most diverse places to live, work, and play. From summertime festivals to late-night jazz haunts like Minton's and juke joints like Paris Blues, there is no "typical" in Harlem. And that's just wh...y residents love it. Tourists and citywide residents alike flock here come weekends for pickup basketball games, once-in-a-lifetime Apollo Theater shows, and an increasingly popular restaurant scene that has room for old-school soul food go-tos Sylvia's and Amy Ruth's and sunny-weather patios like Harlem Tavern and celeb-chef-helmed newcomer Red Rooster.View more
Market trends help you understand the movement of key price indicators. Trends in Harlem show a 28% year-over-year rise in median sales price and a 30% rise in median rent per month.
Most frequent crimes in the past year
Harlem has average crime relative to the rest of New York County.
Knowing more about crime activity in Harlem can help keep you aware of crime in the area. Crime activity is most helpful when comparing two locations to understand the relative safety of each location.View More
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Get to know your neighbors in Harlem by reviewing our census driven map. Get insights into median age, how many people are married, and percentage of people with a college degree.
Most people in Harlem commute by public transit. Learn how neighbors in this area get to work so you can consider how you might commute if you lived here, too.