Halstead’s Executive Directors of Sales Sandy Wilson and Gus Perry present to you the historic and cultural highlights of the Harlem Section of Manhattan. Such hightlights include Sandy taking us to Sylvan Terrace — a small street that is part of the Morris Jumel historic area and currently used in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. Gus points out that Harlem has open blue skies thanks to being populated with mostly four and five-story brownstones. Some impressive Pre-War structures include Graham Court with its arched Venetian entryway and The Grinnell. Aside from stunning architecture, the neighborhood has the most parks in Manhattan and boasts foodie-approved restaurants that represent a myriad of cultures. Watch and learn about this culturally rich community.