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24 West 125th Street is a nice renovated walkup building between 5th and 6th Avenues in Central Harlem. The building ...

This is a beautiful, mid-rise, coop comprised of 13 Floors and 89 Apartments. The building was built in 1917 and ...

This is a beautiful, mid-rise coop building with 10 floors and 27 apartments. This full time doorman, Pre-war building was ...

122 East 27th Street is a three-story walkup building with 8 units. The building, which is also pet friendly, is ...

330 East 18th Street is a charming brick two story townhouse which was built in 1852. The landmarked building, located ...

Brick development close to Subway, check cashing, post office, laundry, shopping, and restaurants. Children's playground and parking are gated. Trash ...

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