Harlem Headquarters (HHQ), the ground-up nine-story, a 120-foot-tall office building in East Harlem.
Commercial Observer reports that the New York City School Construction Authority has leased the ground floor of Gary Barnett’s 30-story condominium building on the Upper East Side for a pre-kindergarten program, according to public records.
NY Curbed reports that Extell chief Gary Barnett, master assembler of development sites, has done it again.
The Real Deal reports that Extell Development chief Gary Barnett has locked down $65 million in financing from Apollo Global Management for a still-undisclosed development project in East Harlem.
Extell Development Company “Extell”, a full-service real estate developer of residential, commercial and hospitality properties, has unveiled its first East Harlem commercial development.
On a sunny April afternoon, 125th Street is a study in contrasts. Starting on the East Side near the Triborough Bridge, aging industrial buildings and a shuttered Pathmark give way to a bustling shopping district.
Beginning in September 2017, WE ACT for Environmental Justice organized a growing coalition of more than 40 local community groups, New York City departments and agencies, and elected officials
Extell Development is finally starting work on a major Harlem development site that is expected to sprout a residential or mixed-use project.
Crains New York reports that when the definitive history of New York’s resurgence is written, one of the pivotal players will be Harlem’s Abyssinian Development Corp., the church-based housing and social-services organization that the Rev. Calvin Butts led to resurrect a neighborhood that once symbolized urban collapse.
At the 1997 groundbreaking for East Harlem’s Pathmark, well-wishers in attendance included the governor, the mayor and the neighborhood’s U.S. congressman, as well as a sea of businessmen, philanthropists and Latino and African-American community leaders.
DNAinfo reports that the developers of the East River Plaza mall are planning to add a residential tower with as many as 1,000 units atop the existing structure — and want to get some feedback from East Harlem residents at a meeting Wednesday night.
That’s right, the Harlem pancake war is about to sizzle. Tennessee-based Perkins Family Restaurant & Bakery is opening its first Manhattan outpost on the Main Street of Black America and one block from rival IHOP.