Gorgeous 1 Bed in Historic Building!
- Rent: $1,995
- Beds: 1
- Baths: 1
- Pets OK
- Live In Super
149th and 8th Avenue
3 Train at your Doorstep!
Application fell through! This gorgeous 1 bedroom was just re-released to the market and will not last long - call or email to view today before it rents!
- Total Renovation
- Beautiful Finishes Throughout
- Tons of Light
- Queen Sized Bedroom
- Laundry Room
- Onsite Management
* Photos are representative of finishes, but layouts may vary.
The Dunbar, completed in 1928, gained Historic Landmark status in 1970. As Harlem currently experiences a
second renaissance, the Dunbar is well situated to take its place in the celebration! Officially named after the poet Paul Laurence Dunbar, this apartment community was destined to occupy a pivotal placed in the history of the Harlem. A list of past residents reads like a veritable Who’s Who! Among famous tenants are: author W.E.B. Du Bois, labor leader A. Philip Randolph, singer/actor and civil rights advocate Paul Robeson, poet Countee Cullen, who was a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance, and dancer Bill “Bojangles” Robinson. Matthew Henson who made 7 attempts to reach the North Pole before finally reaching it in April 1909, has a plaque on the building noting his achievements.
40x rent income required with solid credit to qualify. Guarantors are accepted.