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The rezoning is fairly recent, but within a few years it will be an even hotter neighborhood.
Some information about the rezoning can be found here:
I moved to Harlem 9 years ago, what attracted me was the architecture (you will not find the density of preserved turn-of-the-century townhouses anywhere else in New York), and the access to so many subway lines (and express stops). At the time I could not imagine why Harlem wasn't one of the hottest neighborhoods in Manhattan because of this. I guess I was right and it's only getting hotter.
I have been in real Estate for 25 years now. I sold most of my investments and started investing in Harlem 11 years ago. I am now raising my family here and wouldnâ€™t live anywhere else at the moment. The prices are better than ever and the infrastructure is in place. The housing stock consist of 1890's brownstones. I walk to Central Park. I could go on forever.
Itâ€™s a great investment right now!