If you are looking for a location with history, flair, culture and affordability, then Harlem may just be what you are looking for. This upper Manhattan neighborhood has undergone a renaissance. Starting at 116th Street and extending north to the Harlem River, Harlem has many new developments, commercial and retail space. As such, it's becoming a popular destination for all types of people. Even Bill Clinton has moved in! With its new construction, Harlem hasn't lost its old historic flavor. There are still many prewar buildings and enchanting 19th century townhouses equipped with fireplaces and molding and lovely backyards. Harlem is home to Columbia University and the world renowned Apollo Theater where such greats as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and Aretha Franklin performed. The new Harlem Center is finally here, and more and more businesses are flocking in to meet the needs of this resurrected neighborhood.