Building
2845 Frederick Douglass Blvd
2845 Frederick Douglass Blvd, Manhattan, NY 10039

2845 Fredrick Douglass Blvd is a 5 story multi family building in Central Harlem. It was built in 1910 and has 9 units.

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Building
2845 Frederick Douglass Blvd
2845 Frederick Douglass Blvd, Manhattan, NY 10039

Building Facts

Building Overview
Property Type: Multi Family
Building Size: Lowrise
Access: -
Service Level: -
Year Built: 1910
Year Last Altered: 1991
Building Class: C7
Owner: HARLEM URBAN DEV CORP
Size & Dimensions
Units: 9
Stories: 5
Building Sq. Ft.: 7,597 Sq. Ft.
Lot Sq. Ft.: 2,025 Sq. Ft.
Building Width: 25 Ft.
Building Depth: 61 Ft.
Lot Width: 25 Ft.
Lot Depth: 81 Ft.
Zoning & Use
Zoning Districts: R7-2
Land Use Category: C7
Residential Units: 9
Total Units: 9
Residential Area(SF): 6,897 Sq. Ft.
Commercial Area(SF): 700 Sq. Ft.
Location Details
Street Address: 2845 Frederick Douglass Blvd
Zip Code: 10039
Building Name: -
Complex Name: -
Neighborhood: Harlem
City: Manhattan
State: NY
Districts
Community District: 110
City Council: 9
Police Precinct: 32
Fire Department: E069
School District: 05

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Schools


SchoolTypeGradesDistanceRating
Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower SchoolPublicK-50.1 mi
4
P.S. 200 The James Mccune Smith SchoolPublicPK-50.2 mi
4
Frederick Douglass AcademyPublic6-120.2 mi
3
New Heights Academy Charter SchoolCharter5-120.3 mi
5

Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower School

K-5, 0.1 mi, Public

4

P.S. 200 The James Mccune Smith School

PK-5, 0.2 mi, Public

4

Frederick Douglass Academy

6-12, 0.2 mi, Public

3

New Heights Academy Charter School

5-12, 0.3 mi, Charter

5

School ratings and boundaries are provided by GreatSchools.org 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.

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Harlem
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.