2620 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd
Harlem
New York, NY, 10039

Built in 1936 this 176,165 sq.ft. building is 97% Residential, 3% Retail and contains 376 residential units and 22 non-residential units.

This property is currently Off Market.

    Transit

    • Harlem-148th St Route 3 2 Minute walk, 0.1 Miles
    • 155th St Route BRoute D 9 Minute walk, 0.4 Miles
    • 145th St Route ARoute BRoute CRoute D 11 Minute walk, 0.6 Miles
    • Yankee Stadium-161st St Route B Route DRoute 4 14 Minute walk, 0.7 Miles
    • 157th St Route 1 18 Minute walk, 0.9 Miles
    • 149th St-Grand Concourse Route 2Route 4Route 5 19 Minute walk, 1.0 Miles

    Schools

    • Elementary School

      • P.S. 200- The James Mccune Smith School
        • Grades: PK,0K,01,02,03,04,05,SE
        • Principal: Renee Belton
        • Phone: 212-491-6636
        • Address: 2589 7 Avenue
        • Website: schools.nyc.gov
    • Middle School

      • Zoned to District 5. No zoned school. Contact 718-935-2385 for more information.
    • High School

      • Citywide High School Choice

    Public Records

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    • Thomas Newkirk Satisfied their Mortgage with Wells Fargo Financial Credit Services New York Inc on 2010-11-02. Show Details
    • Thomas Newkirk took a mortgage for $45,007.43 from Wells Fargo Financial Credit Services Ny Inc. on 2005-11-28. Show Details
    • Declaration (Other Documents) was filed on 2005-05-06. Parties: New York City Housing Authority, Secretary Of Housing And Urban Development Show Details
    • Initial UCC1 dated 2001-10-16, Debtor: Juana Pena, Secured Party: Inc. Meadowbrook Farms, Assignee: Show Details
    • Marion Anderson leased this property from Nyc Housing Authority on 1985-12-04 Show Details
    • Landmark Designation (Other Documents) was filed on 1976-04-15. Parties: Harlem River Houses, Landmarks Prsrvtn Etal Show Details

    Lot

    Address
    2620 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, 10039
    Square Footage
    227,608
    Lot Type
    Corner
    Dimensions
    646.42ft x 532.33ft
    BBL
    1020370011

    Neighborhood

    Neighborhood
    Harlem
    Historic District
    N/A
    Community District
    10
    City Council
    9
    Police Precinct
    32
    Fire Company
    E069
    School District
    5
    Census Tract
    236

    Zoning

    Zoning District
    R7-2
    Commercial Overlay
    C1-4
    Special Purpose
    P
    Limited Height
    N/A
    Landmark
    HARLEM RIVER HOUSES

    Assessment

    Tax Class
    2
    MV Land
    $5,918,000
    MV Total
    $12,190,000
    AV Land
    $2,663,100
    AV Total
    $5,485,500

    Floor Area Ratio

    Built FAR
    0.77

    Residential
    Zoned FAR 3.44
    Max 782,971.52 sq. ft.
    Remaining 606,806.52 sq. ft.

    Commercial
    Zoned FAR 0.0
    Max 0.0 sq. ft.
    Remaining 0 sq. ft.

    Facility
    Zoned FAR 6.5
    Max 1,479,452.0 sq. ft.
    Remaining 1,303,287.0 sq. ft.

    Building

    Category
    Walk Up Apartments
    Class
    Walk-Up Apt. Over Six Families With Stores
    Land Use
    Mixed Residential & Commercial Buildings
    Buildings
    7
    Year Built
    1936
    Alterations
    N/A
    Floors
    5.0
    Residential Units
    376
    Total Units
    398
    Floor Area
    176165
    Basement
    Unknown
    Proximity
    Unknown

    Crime

    This property is located in the 32nd Precinct of Manhattan.

    Property Crime

    Low
    In 2015 the 32nd Precinct saw 620 felony property crimes (Burglary, Grand Larceny and Grand Larceny of Motor Vehicle) committed per 100,000 residents**. This is lower then the borough's property crime rate, which was 1219 over the same period.

    Violent Crime

    Very high
    In 2015 the 32nd Precinct saw 926 felony violent crimes (Murder, Rape, Robbery and Felony Assault) committed per 100,000 residents**. This is higher then the borough's violent crime rate, which was 444 over the same period.

    ** This does not take daytime population into account. Actual crime rates in areas where many people work (higher daytime population) may be lower. Conversely actual crime rates may be higher in areas where many people commute out for work (lower daytime population).

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