First Park Slope, and now Harlem. In the second installment of our Neighborhood Crashers series, Curbed's intrepid video team and funnyman Will Garré went uptown to find out what residents truly think about their neighborhood. After all, who better to define certain pockets of New York City than the people who live in them? They infiltrated the area to find out that Harlem actually defies demographic stereotypes, as well as just how quickly it's changing and why everyone pines for more grocery stores. Will their opinions garner as many comments as Park Slopers' pronouncements? Watch away.
· Curbed Moving Pictures [YouTube]
· Curbed video archive [Curbed]
· All Harlem coverage [Curbed]