The 13th Congressional District covers most of East or Spanish Harlem. The District covers this community north of 96th Street from the East River to Second Avenue, north of 97th Street from Second to Third Avenues, and 98th Street from Third Avenue to Central Park. East Harlem was one of four New York City neighborhoods featured in a February 2016 New York Times article on “New York’s Next Hot Neighborhoods.” East Harlem has historically been primarily Hispanic in population, it is undergoing a demographic shift, as has much of its neighborhood to the west, Harlem. Located next to, and northeast of, Central Park, East Harlem is home to some of New York’s most diverse ethnic and cultural history. It has the second highest concentration of public housing in the United States and has strong working class and ethnic roots. Mr. Fenstermaker hopes to revitalize East Harlem with assistance to its public housing residents, educational opportunities for working families and workers in economic transition, and to enhance the area’s access to public transportation hubs on the 4, 5, and 6 trains.