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Central Harlem Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

The Central Harlem section borders Fifth Avenue to the east, Central Park to the south, Edgecombe Avenue, Morningside Park and St. Nicholas Avenue to the west, and the Harlem River to the north. Most of the western boundary of the district is made up of a chain of three large linear parks located on steeply sloping banks which are St. Nicholas Park, Morningside Park, and Jackie Robinson Park. The Marcus Garvey Park sometimes is also known as Mount Morris Park and Fifth Avenue separate this area from East Harlem to the east side.

Central Harlem is under the responsibility of the 10th Manhattan Community District. From West 110th Street to West 138th Street in the late 2000s and along Frederick Douglass Boulevard, South Harlem emerged from the redevelopment of the area. The Mount Morris Park Historic District is located within the Central Harlem area. Politically, in the Central New York Congress Harlem is located in the 13th district. On the New York City council, it is in the 7th, 8th and 9th districts. In the New York State Senate it is part of the 30th district, and in the New York State Assembly belongs to districts 68 and 70.

In downtown Harlem between Seventh Avenues and Lenox, approximately in the 20s and 30s, more than 125 entertainment venues were in operation including coffee shops, wineries, ballrooms, bars, theaters, dinner clubs and grills, and taverns. The most famous area of the Harlem neighborhood is precisely Central Harlem, which the government classifies into two sections, Central Harlem South and Central Harlem North. The number of residents of Central Harlem was 115,000 according to the 2010 regional census.

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