This view of one of Harlem's major cross streets circa 1905 shows how busy the neighborhood intersection was back in the day. Today things are much slower but these original building still stand along this grand corridor. Can anyone guess the notable street and vantage point? A major clue is one of the buildings on the left hand of the image.
UPDATE: The lower view shows this section of 145th and Broadway today taken towards the east. As mentioned previously, half of Harlem's population migrated towards the suburbs in the past 50 years so the street are a lot emptier these days.
Archival photo courtesy the Museum of the City of New York