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Just north of Manhattan’s Central Park, the neighborhood of Harlem situates itself from 110th Street to the Harlem River, and from 5th Ave to St. Nicholas Ave. Adjacently, East Harlem aligns from 96th Street to the Harlem River, and spans east from 5th Ave to the East River.
Harlem is among the most vibrant neighborhoods in New York City. It is recognized world-wide for a reputation of arts & culture, and has served as an especially vital center for Black artists. The area boasts an incredible presence of cultural, art and academic institutions. Some of Harlem’s major sites include the Apollo Theatre, Marcus Garvey Park, the National Jazz Museum, and the National Black Theatre. Columbia University has also expanded its campus into the area of West Harlem.
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Recently, the stage is being set for yet another urban renaissance –this time, a push from the City Council who in 2008 approved a comprehensive rezoning plan for Harlem. The rezoning aims to foster the growth of 125th Street as Harlem’s main artery for business and a premier destination for arts & entertainment. The plan accounts for the creation of new cultural destinations, mixed-use housing, and approximately 1.8 million square feet of additional commercial office, hotel and retail space.
There are also many available commercial incentives if you should chose to relocate your business to Harlem. These offer many advantages such as reduced rent or subsidized electricity costs, among others.
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Office space in Harlem’s growing business district totals 3.9 million square feet, with another 17,500 square feet currently under construction. At present, there are 30 properties in Harlem which offer a total of 1.4 million square feet of Class B office space. Class C office space is found in 63 existing properties, and accounts for 2.5 million square feet. Contact us to inquire about the exceptional prices available in Harlem, or ask about the Commercial Expansion Program, the Energy Cost Savings Program, Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone benefits, and other available incentive programs.
Practice your trade in New York City’s center of Renaissance
Stemming from the City’s Dutch tradition, the village of Haarlem was founded during the 17th C. The neighborhood’s population expanded quickly at the turn of the 20th C. due to the Great Migration which brought many Black Americans up from the South, and hence fueled the first creative boom for Harlem. A cultural movement was named for the creative period during the 1920’s-1930’s, the “Harlem Renaissance.”
Artistic talent has continued to flourish in the area which sponsors a great force for entertainment and related commerce. Each year, local attractions, festivals & fairs, draw more than 800,000 visitors into the neighborhood. Additionally, the local workforce comprises an impressive blend of diversity, talent, and taste, drawn in by Harlem’s great host of cultural & academic institutions.
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