Tag Archives: 113th

New Affordable Rentals Coming to Harlem’s Gold Coast

By HarlemGuy                                                                                                                                     In a nice change of pace some new rental condos will soon be opening on Harlem’s Gold Coast / Restaurant Row, on the East side of Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 113th and 114th streets.  This location is within walking distance to Central Park, subways (C,B,2,3), grocery shopping (Central, Best Yet, Associated) and bodegas, restaurants (Zoma, 67 Orange, Bier International, Harlem Tavern, Society Cafe, Lido, Les Ambassades, Chocolat, Questans), condos (too many to name), health and fitness (Land Yoga), a pet supplies store (Posh Paws), and a bike shop (Modsquad Cycles) – too name a few / too many to name.

So if you are in the market for a rental, check it out.

New Affordable Rentals Coming to Harlem's Gold Coast

By HarlemGuy                                                                                                                                     In a nice change of pace some new rental condos will soon be opening on Harlem’s Gold Coast / Restaurant Row, on the East side of Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 113th and 114th streets.  This location is within walking distance to Central Park, subways (C,B,2,3), grocery shopping (Central, Best Yet, Associated) and bodegas, restaurants (Zoma, 67 Orange, Bier International, Harlem Tavern, Society Cafe, Lido, Les Ambassades, Chocolat, Questans), condos (too many to name), health and fitness (Land Yoga), a pet supplies store (Posh Paws), and a bike shop (Modsquad Cycles) – too name a few / too many to name.

So if you are in the market for a rental, check it out.

Law and Order Special Victims Unit (SVU) Spied Filiming In Harlem

By HarlemGuy

On my way home from work last night I noticed a commotion on 113th between Frederick Douglass Boulevard (FDB) and Morningside, which is right off Harlem’s Gold Coast / Harlem’s restaurant row.

As I walked towards the source of the commotion I overheard someone say “oh no, not again, what happened?”

But as I got closer it became clear that this was not a real crime scene but a function one – confirmed by an actor posing as policeman – shot on one of my favorite side streets in NYC.

Loving Harlem ™