Thursday, January 7, 2016


Curbed has a story of former Columbia grads who ended up buying in Harlem after being frustrated with rising rents in Hell's Kitchen.  What is always the common thread in these types of articles is that the home buyers never considered uptown, could not afford the parts of Manhattan or Brooklyn that they knew about and eventually are surprised by finding out Harlem has lots to offer at an affordable price. Restaurants were also a big factor and but the other main attraction was the great sense of community that still exists which is quite rare to find in the most central of NYC boroughs: LINK

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