Harlem's brownstone facades continue to harken back to the jazz age and Renaissance when the neighborhood came into prominence. It remains the epicenter of African American culture in the city. Cultural sites include the Apollo Theater, the Cotton Club, and the Museum of the City of New York. Harlem is a once again up and coming neighborhood with vibrant culture, though it remains rough around the edges. Boundaries for Central Harlem: 110th St. to Harlem River, 5th Ave. to St. Nicholas Ave. Boundaries for East Harlem: 96th St. to Harlem River, East River to 5th Ave.