A Day In Harlem

With so many new and exciting things happening in Harlem we thought it might be fun to do “A Day In Harlem” to help us all explore the area and see what fun we can get into.

Saturday
Morning – Start out with a great brunch (for around $11) at Harlem Native Restaurant & Bar (161 Lenox Avenue & 118th St.). Then head to the Morningside Park Farmer’s Market.

Afternoon – As we head out of the Morningside Park Farmer’s Market be sure to grab some fresh fruit or a snack. Take a stop at your favorite retail stores to get those weekend errands done. Old Navy, Children’s Place and even the Nine West Outlet are all local so we can get the most accomplished during our busy day.

Early Evening – Head home to your amazing new Apex Condo at 2300 Frederick Douglas Boulevard and 124th Street (centrally located close to all the events, shopping and transportation in the area) to drop off your purchaes from the Farmer’s Market and shopping/errands. While you are in your new Apex Condominium, freshen up for a great night out.

Evening – Steps away from Apex Condos is The Studio Museum In Harlem where you can enjoy culture and art before heading to dinner. For dinner we are headed to MOCA – Restaurant & Lounge for an excellent dinner mixed with a relaxed lounge for post-dinner drinks. Great place to spend time with a group of friends and enjoy the end of a great summer day in Harlem. As the night comes to a close you take enjoyment in knowing that your new Apex Condo is only steps away, close enough to all the attractions but above (on top of the Starwood Aloft Hotel) the hustle and bustle of it all.

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