Harlem Rental Block Lauded By State For History

NY Curbed reports that Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced the recipients of 2017 New York State Historic Preservation Awards and sites in Harlem and Crown Heights were among the winners. Continue Reading →

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Harlem Olive Garden Restaurant To Open

olive-garden-in-harlem1On Monday, December 12, 2016, Harlem, New York’s newest Olive Garden restaurant will open in Harlem, featuring the company’s latest restaurant design and logo. Continue Reading →

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Boys & Girls Club Of Harlem To Host Celebration Of Fabulous Futures To Harlem Youth

boys-and-girls-clubAfter the grand opening of a brand new Clubhouse, the Boys and Girls Club of Harlem will hold its annual fundraiser and celebration, “Autumn in New York,” commemorating 35 years of serving the local youth of Harlem as it embarks on a new chapter at PS 186.  Continue Reading →

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Officials And Development Partners Gather For Opening Of PS 186

G:Valerio SibonaNew folderwireframe 2.pdfOfficials and development partners will gather to announce the opening of The Residences at PS 186, a 79 unit mixed-use affordable housing development, co-located with a new 11,302 square feet state-of-the art clubhouse for the Boys and Girls Club of Harlem (BGCH). Continue Reading →

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Harlem Council Member Mark Levine’s 3rd Annual Back-to-School Block Party

mark levine 2Council Member Mark Levine (District 7) will host the Third Annual Back-to-School Block Party at 141st Street (between Hamilton Place and Amsterdam Avenue) on Thursday, August 25th, 2016 from 5 – 8 P.M. Continue Reading →

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Harlem’s P.S. 186 Affordable Units Will Rent From $508

PS186 Residential Entry RenderingP.S. 186 in Harlem is in the midst of a transformation from dilapidated, abandoned building to a $48.6 million mixed-use development, with a focus on low- to middle-income housing. Continue Reading →

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