2230 Fifth Avenue

2230 Fifth Avenue, the former John B. Russwurm School, is the home of the Harlem branch of the Democracy Prep Charter Middle School, a series of charter schools with locations in New York City; Camden, NJ; Las Vegas; Baton Rouge; and San Antonio.  The architecture is typical for public schools of the period.

2121 Fifth Avenue, PS 133 Fred R Moore

2121 Fifth Avenue, PS 133 Fred R Moore, is a pleasant school design in not-quite-Art Moderne.  Its name commemorates Frederick Randolph Moore (1857-1943) the noted African American writer, newspaper owner and activist, who was a prominent city alderman in the 1920s and one of the initiators of what would later become The Urban League.