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2611 Frederick Douglass Blvd

Harlem, New York, NY
Year Constructed
1896

Features

Lobby Attendant

About 2611 Frederick Douglass Blvd

The Bradhurst Condominium at Strivers Row provides not just elegant condos but also office space and retail units. Tenants looking to rent office space or retail opportunities in Harlem should consider that 2611 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in New York has to offer.

The imposing landmark building at 2611 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in New York was constructed in 1896 and is a pet-friendly building with a part-time doorman, lobby attendant and voice intercom system, elevator and storage space.

Office, gallery or creative space can be wired for high-speed Internet access and the building is wheelchair accessible. 2611 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in New York’s lively Harlem community is within a few blocks of 2/3 Express and B/C Local and in close proximity to St Nicholas Park’s lovely gardens.

Local tenants include Make My Cake and Londel’s Restaurant. A pizzeria restaurant and gourmet deli are within a few steps of the property.

The Bradhurst at 2611 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, New York, features an elegant glass door entrance flanked by ornamental trees in pots and the entrance is covered by attractive green awning. The building boasts a neo-classical style with Roman gable and cornice in copper green to offset the facade’s reddish-brown brickwork.

Internet Providers for 2611 Frederick Douglass Blvd

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Time Warner Cable Cable
100 Mb/s
6 Mb/s
MegaPath DSL
50 Mb/s
50 Mb/s
Verizon New York DSL
6 Mb/s
1.5 Mb/s

The Neighborhood: Harlem

Compared to the rest of the New York City market, the Harlem region has lower rates, so you should have no trouble finding a great deal in this discounted region.

Median Rate Median Size
Harlem $38
/sqft/yr
5,000
sqft
Median Rate Median Size
New York City $66
/sqft/yr
3,310
sqft

Median Rate over Time in Harlem