Just 30 minutes from Harlem there are two wildly popular activities at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park, the Cozy Igloos.
On Friday, October 28, 2022, NYC will welcome back the Holiday Shops by Urbanspace at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park (less than 30 minutes from Harlem, NY).
Bank of America today announced a $1 million donation to combat food insecurity in local communities.
Today, November 11, 2021, tickets will go on sale for Curling Café and Cozy Igloos by Prime Video just 20 minutes from Harlem at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park.
Bank of America announced four New York City high school graduates selected as Student Leaders (#BofAStudentLeaders).
Bank of America has named Harlem native Jose Tavarez as President of Bank of America New York City and Westchester County.
Baruch College and Bank of America today announced a new $1 million graduation and employment initiative partnership to help Black and Hispanic-Latino students.
Five New York City high school juniors and seniors selected as Bank of America Student Leaders, including Nazira Cisse, a recent graduate of Harlem’s Promise Academy.
With a number of Bank of America’s in Harlem, Bank of America recently earned a spot on LinkedIn’s annual Top Companies list, has announced that it will be raising its minimum hourly wage to $20 an hour over the next two years.
Rose Meta Morgan began a beauty empire in Harlem, NY, during the 1940s and quickly became a powerhouse in the field and a doyenne of African American high society.
Shares of Harlem-based Carver Bancorp — one of America’s largest Black-operated banks — skyrocketed as much as 267% to $38.87.
With a store on 125th Street in Harlem, American Apparel, was once a high-flying retailer that peaked at more than $600 million in sales, is probably headed toward liquidation.
American Apparel on 125th Street has filed for bankruptcy in the US, less than one week after its UK subsidiary appointed administrators.
Business of Fashion reports that American Apparel Inc., the Los Angeles-based seller of t-shirts and underwear, with two locations in Harlem, filed for bankruptcy protection as it reorganizes its debt.
Harlem Writers Guild (HWG) is the oldest organization of Harlem writers, originally established as the Harlem Writers Club in 1950.