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1921 – 1935 Adam Clayton Powell or better known as “Graham Court” is a landmark building in Harlem. It was built at the turn of the 19th century, commissioned by William Waldorf Astor, & Designed by notable architecture firm Clinton and Russell.
USD 25 per day
1925 7TH AVE , all
Maximum Guest No: 11Cleaning Fee: USD 5000
1921 – 1935 Adam Clayton Powell or better known as “Graham Court” is a landmark building in Harlem. It was built at the turn of the 19th century, commissioned by William Waldorf Astor, & Designed by notable architecture firm Clinton and Russell. The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission calls this impressive apartment complex “one of the single achievements in the history of the apartment house in New York City.” In its over 100 years in existence this building has seen such an amazing whirlwind of changes that make it an interesting and iconic structure. This complex has been featured in multiple blogs, newspaper, and magazine articles as well as a backdrop in films like: “American Gagster”, “Jungle Fever”, “New Jack City”, & “Sugar Hill.” Steps to: Amy Ruth’s, Harlem Tavern, & Make My Cake Bakery. Famous actors, artists, and writers have called it home for years, shouldn’t you?
Grand arch entrance, landscaped courtyard, elevators, spacious rental units with many with 8-10 rooms, mosaic foyer floors, fire place, vaulted ceilings, & views. This structure has 100 apartment units and a live in super. Centrally located between the 2,3 and the B,C trains & steps to the M2, M7, & M116 Buses. Minutes from Central, Morningside, & Marcus Garvey Parks.
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- Property Size: 5 square feet
- Property Lot Size: 100 square feet
- Rooms: 10
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 2
- Maximum Guests No: 11
Year Built: 1920
Available From: 2020-05-21