Today, elected officials, hip-hop luminaries and community leaders joined L+M Development Partners, Type A Projects, BronxWorks, and The Hip Hop Museum for a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams, New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez.
The Harlem River Drive is a 4.20-mile long north–south limited-access parkway built before the Harlem Renaissance in Harlem, New York.
Harlem River Drive is a limited access parkway that has shaped the history of New York and Harlem in particular.
Roger Morris, 28 January 1727 – 13 September 1794, was a colonel in the British Army who fought in the French and Indian War and made uptown his home.
The Harlem River Lift Bridge (also known as the Park Avenue Bridge) is a vertical lift bridge carrying the Metro-North Railroad’s Hudson Line, Harlem Line, and New Haven Line in 1841.
The Harlem River Drive is a 4.20-mile long north-south parkway in Harlem, New York in the borough of Manhattan.
A new study conducted by researchers from Anglia Ruskin University found that glitter could be polluting rivers and creating ecological damage.
In an article from 2014, Harlem World Magazine wrote that Harlem’s Marcus Garvey’s SS Shadyside sank in the Harlem River in 1921.
Uptown Harlem was the home of rowing clubs called “Sculler’s Row” along the Harlem River from Harlem to Inwood in the 1840s, today rowing is making a comeback uptown.
On Sunday, March 3, 2019, the NYCDOT Division of Bridges will conduct bridge testing on the Broadway Bridge over the Harlem River Drive.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), in partnership with NYC Parks, today released a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking a consultant to design two new waterfront parks at Academy Street and North Cove along the Harlem River.
Due to an icing condition, all northbound lanes of the Harlem River Drive are closed at 145th Street, Harlem, New York.
There was nothing like a leisure ride in a glamorous wooden boat gliding on the water up and down the coastal seas sandwiched between Morris Heights on east-side and 180th Street in Harlem, NY, on the west side.
Ohs Online reports that the New York State Department of Transportation recently completed a $7.8 million safety project on Harlem River Drive in Harlem that included resurfacing work, new median barrier, signage, and energy-efficient LED lighting.