|Area:||41,512,116 sq ft|
|Map:||Map of East Harlem|
|Buildings:||139 rental buildings|
36 condo buildings
20 coop buildings
Long thought as one of the Manhattan's grittiest areas, East Harlem has been improving its image and its housing stocks for more than a decade. Gentrification started slowly, first effectively ceding 96th-97th Streets to the Upper East Side, then working its way through higher streets. The population became genuinely mixed, although the neighborhood (also called "El Barrio") still retains its Latin-flavored character of yesteryear, with many inexpensive eateries and a largely working-class, Spanish-speaking population.
Other than housing developments (so-called "projects") of various sizes, the neighborhood contains mostly standard New York 4-to-6-story "tenement-type" housing. In recent years a few "market-rate" rental and condo buildings have been built as well.
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|$2,495||1-Bedroom at Stonehenge on Fifth|
|$3,545||Studio at One Carnegie Hill|
|$2,350||2-Bedroom at Riverton Square: 2160 Madison|
|$2,350||1-Bedroom at 170 East 112th Street|
|$3,825||Studio at 1214 Fifth Avenue|
See all East Harlem No-Fee Rental Apartments (62 total)
See all East Harlem Condo Apartment Buildings (36 buildings)
See our list of East Harlem Co-op Apartment Buildings (20 buildings)
In the late 20th century, East 96th street was one of the most widely known socio-economic "boundaries" in North America: to the south of it lied the affluent Upper East Side and to the north - the significantly less affluent East Harlem. Within the span of a few blocks, the average household income plunged to only a fraction of its value immediately to the south. This contrast has been softened and the border blurred somewhat by gentrification of the late 1990s and early 2000s, however. Gentrification aside, the population of East Harlem remains considerably less affluent than that of its southern neighbor. The neighborhood contains a significant number of housing projects run by the NYCHA (Carver, Lexington, Washington, Clinton, White, Metro North, Lehman, Johnson, Taft, Jefferson, Corsi, Wagner, Robinson, Lincoln).
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|rental statistics as of 01/Jun/2015.|