San Juan Hill was an African American, African Caribbean, and Puerto Rican community in what is now the Lincoln Square neighborhood of the Upper West Side in Manhattan, New York City. It was predominately African American and one of the largest Black communities in New York before World War I.
The Lincoln Center for the performing arts is a 16.3 acre complex of buildings built above what was once San Juan Hill. San Juan Hill was bound by 59th Street to the south, West End Avenue to the west, 65th Street to the north, and Amsterdam Avenue to the east, 11th Avenue.
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