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Pabst Harlem

Acknowledging the significance of history, buildings, and culture will contribute to preservation. This paper will discuss the history and evaluate the significance of a building located on 125th and 124th Streets using various tools and methods such as archival research, site assessment, historical documentation, etc. The building is located at 256 West 125th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd. and Frederick Douglass Blvd in the South Harlem neighborhood, Manhattan, New York. It is a two-story, L-shape, mid-block building facing Apollo theatre. It had different functions through the years. In 1900, the building was first built as Pabst Harlem, a restaurant and dance hall. After that, from 1920 until 2017, it became a retail store. Then, from 2017 until now, it has been used by a gym and telecommunication company.