East Harlem’s First Historic District!

Janes Walk

Led By Kathleen Benson, Landmark East Harlem AND KATHLEEN BENSON, Landmark East Harlem

East Harlem’s first historic district was approved for inclusion in the State Register of Historic Places on March 21 2019 and will soon also be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Join Landmark East Harlem for a walk around this historically and architecturally significant neighborhood.

Saturday, May 4
11:00 AM
1-2 hours
In Person

Borough: Manhattan
Theme: Art & Architecture, History & Culture
Accessibility: Family-friendly
row houses on 117th Street in East Harlem
117th Street. Photo: Kathleen Haskins. Modifications: photo cropped.
Meeting Location

Meet in front of St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church, 115-125 East 117th Street (Park-Lexington Avenues)


No. 6 train to Lexington Avenue and 116th Street; buses M116, M7, M102,

Closest Parking

220 E 117th St Garage

Finding your walk leader

Look for the yellow Jane's Walk sign.

Ending Location

Patsy’s Pizzeria, 2287 First Avenue (117th-118th Streets)

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