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125th St. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard

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125th Street is a two-way street that runs east-west in the New York City borough of Manhattan, considered the "Main Street" of Harlem; It is also called Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard.

125th St..Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard

125th St..Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard

The western part of the street runs diagonally through the neighborhood of Manhattanville from the north-west from an interchange with the Henry Hudson Parkway at 130th Street. East of Morningside Avenue it runs east-west through central Harlem to an interchange with F.D.R. Drive by the East River, where it becomes the Manhattan leg of the Triborough Bridge. Many sections of the street have been gentrified and developed with such stores as Old Navy, H&M, CVS/pharmacy, and Magic Johnson Theaters. The historical Apollo Theater is here.

West of Convent Avenue, 125th Street was re-routed on to the old Manhattan Avenue. The original 125th Street west of Convent Avenue was swallowed up to make the super-blocks where the low income housing projects now exist. What remains of the original alignment of 125th Street is called La Salle Street, which runs between Amsterdam Avenue and Claremont Avenue.

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