West Harlem, includes the Hamilton Heights and Sugar Hill neighborhoods. It stretches from 123rd to 155th Streets and from St. Nicholas Avenue to the Hudson River.The area has been in the midst of a building boom since the early 2000s, which led to the construction of a number of co-ops and condos coming onto the market in 2004 and thereafter.West Harlem offers stunning views of the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge.It is also home to the West Harlem Art Fund, Inc. at 530 West 143rd Street. The West Harlem Art Fund offers events in West Harlem throughout the year and in 2006 was selected to display abstract expressionism works in a gallery setting at The Langston, a new condominium development located at 68 Bradhurst Avenue, at the corner of West 145th Street in Harlem.West Harlem HistoryFollowing 40 years of decline, Harlem's population bottomed out in the 1990 demographics, at 101,026. It had reduced by 57% from its maximum of 237,468 in 1950. In between 1990 and 2006 West Ha... Read More
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