The Harlem Flophouse is a charming brownstone located on a safe, quiet street in New York City. The neighborhood is bordered by three parks. Morningside park to the west, which has an active waterfall. Marcus Garvy park to the east, where hip-hop was created, and Frederick Law Olmstead's famed Central Park to the south. A short ride on the A or D express trains will bring you directly to "mid-town" Manhattan and Times Square. The A will also take you to and from JFK international airport, The Port Authority and Penn Central.