2296 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, Manhattan, NY 10030

  • Building in Harlem
  • 2 Units, 6 Stories
  • Built in 1924
2296 7th Ave is a 6 story building in Harlem. It was built in 1924 and has 2 units.


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2296 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, Manhattan, NY 10030

  • Building in Harlem
  • 2 Units, 6 Stories
  • Built in 1924

Building Facts

Building Name: -
Units: 2
Stories: 6
Building Age: -
Building Type: -
Year Built: 1924
Pet Policy: -
Access: -
Service Level: -
Building Class: W1
Tax Abatement: -
Tax Abatement Expires: -
Coop Rules: -

Additional Building Details

Measurements and Dimensions
Building Width: 110.42 Ft.
Building Depth: 125 Ft.
Building Area: 85,310 Sq. Ft.
Building Floor Area Ratio: 6.30
Residential Floor Area Ratio: 3.44
Commercial Floor Area Ratio: -
Facility Floor Area Ratio: 6.50
Building Area: 85,310 Sq. Ft.
Commercial Area: 85,310 Sq. Ft.
Residential Area: -
Office Area: -
Retail Area: 2,750 Sq. Ft.
Garage Area: -
Storage Area: -
Factory Area: -
Other Area: 82,560 Sq. Ft.
Renovation History
Year Altered 1: 2002
Year Altered 2: -
Lot and Zoning
Zone District 1: R7-2
Split Zone: No
Land Use: W1
Easements: -
Lot Width: 110.42 Ft.
Lot Depth: 125 Ft.
Lot Area: 13,540 Sq. Ft.
BBL: 1-01940-0035
School: 05
City Council: 9
Police Department: 32
Fire Department: L028
Sanitation: 10
Community: 110
Health Center: 11

Neighborhood Map and Transit


Thurgood Marshall Academy For Learning And SocialPublic6-120.0 mi
St Aloysius SchoolPrivatePK-80.1 mi
Ps 175 Henry H GarnetPublicPK-50.1 mi
Mott Hall High SchoolPublic9-120.2 mi

Thurgood Marshall Academy For Learning And Social

6-12, 0.0 mi, Public


St Aloysius School

PK-8, 0.1 mi, Private


Ps 175 Henry H Garnet

PK-5, 0.1 mi, Public


Mott Hall High School

9-12, 0.2 mi, Public


School ratings and boundaries are provided by and Pitney Bowes. This information should only be used as a reference. Proximity or boundaries shown here are not a guarantee of enrollment. Please reach out to schools directly to verify all information and enrollment eligibility.

Where history feels like home. Harlem first rose to fame as the birthplace of the 1920s renaissance movement, and is now a thriving mix of cultural traditions and avant garde creativity. Generations of art, food, and demographic shifts mean that newcomers and life-long residents continue to...

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Updated as of Sep 23, 2019.