The neighborhood of Harlem is located in Manhattan, New York. The boundaries of Harlem have changed over the years. Currently, Harlem is from the East River to the Hudson River between 155th Street - where it meets Washington Heights. Central Harlem begins at the northern end of Central Park at 110th Street; Spanish Harlem extends east Harlem's boundaries south to 96th Street... In the west it begins north of Morningside Heights, which gives an irregular border west of Morningside Avenue.
In addition to being a landmark shopping area in NYC, 125th Street in Harlem is home to a number of cultural institutions and historical landmark buildings. This includes the National Black Theature, the world famous Apollo Theatre, Hotel Theresa, the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State office building, William J. Clinton Foundation, the Studio Museum and much more!
Subway Stops To Harlem:
#6 to 110th Street for East Harlem; #2 or #3 to 116th Street for Central Harlem; A, B, C, or D to 125th Street for West Harlem.
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|History of Harlem||Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building||The Apollo Theatre|
|artHarlem||Black Box Theater||Central Park|
|Charles A. Dana Discovery Center||Dance Theatre Of Harlem||Dempsey Theater|
|Dwyer Cultural Center||Dyckman Farmhouse||El Museo Del Barrio|
|El Taller Latino Americano||Gospel Uptown||Harlem Lanes|
|Harlem School of the Arts||Harlem Stage at the Gatehouse||Hispanic Society of America Libray & Museum|
|Hotel Theresa||Julia De Burgos Latino Cultural Center||Magic Johnson Movie Theatre|
|Manhattan School of Music||Maysles Institute and The Maysles Cinema||Miller Theatre / Columbia University|
|Morris-Jumel Mansion||Museum of the City of New York||Museum of Arts and Origins|
|The National Black Theatre||Parks In Harlem||Pools In Harlem / Manhattan|
|Restaurants In Harlem||The Riverside Theatre||Schomburg Center For Research In Black Culture|
|Sugar Hill Arts Center||Studio Museum in Harlem||Sylvia's Restaurant|