304 W 149th St
304 W 149th St, Manhattan, NY 10039

  • 24 Units, 6 Stories
  • Built in 1910, Pre-war
  • Elevator
  • Voice Intercom
304 W 149th St is a 6 story rental building in Harlem. It was built in 1910 and has 24 units.


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304 W 149th St
304 W 149th St, Manhattan, NY 10039

  • 24 Units, 6 Stories
  • Built in 1910, Pre-war
  • Elevator
  • Voice Intercom

Building Amenities

Hot Water Included
Laundry in Building
Voice Intercom

Building Facts

Building Overview
Property Type: Rental
Building Size: Lowrise
Access: Elevator
Service Level: Voice Intercom
Year Built: 1910
Building Era: Pre-war
Year Last Altered: 2002
Building Class: C1
Owner: HP PLAZA L.P.
Size & Dimensions
Units: 24
Stories: 6
Building Sq. Ft.: 21,180 Sq. Ft.
Lot Sq. Ft.: 4,996 Sq. Ft.
Building Width: 50 Ft.
Building Depth: 86 Ft.
Lot Width: 50 Ft.
Lot Depth: 99.92 Ft.
Buildings on Lot: 1
Zoning & Use
Zoning Districts: R8
Land Use Category: C1
Residential Units: 24
Total Units: 24
Residential Area(SF): 21,180 Sq. Ft.
Location Details
Street Address: 304 W 149th St
Zip Code: 10039
Building Name: -
Complex Name: -
Neighborhood: Harlem
City: Manhattan
State: NY
Community District: 110
City Council: 9
Police Precinct: 32
Fire Department: E069
School District: 05

Neighborhood Map and Transit


Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower SchoolPublicK-50.1 mi
P.S. 200 The James Mccune Smith SchoolPublicPK-50.2 mi
Frederick Douglass AcademyPublic6-120.3 mi
Harlem International CommunityPrivate9-120.3 mi

Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower School

K-5, 0.1 mi, Public


P.S. 200 The James Mccune Smith School

PK-5, 0.2 mi, Public


Frederick Douglass Academy

6-12, 0.3 mi, Public


Harlem International Community

9-12, 0.3 mi, Private


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.

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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.