Mayor Bill de Blasio was joined by Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, television host and author Rachael Ray, chef Tom Colicchio, and CEO of Hunger Free America Joel Berg today Continue Reading →
Two Harlem public housing developments operated by the New York City Housing Authority will be transitioned to private management in an effort to secure needed repairs at the buildings, city Continue Reading →
A combination of investment in old properties and the development of new sustainable projects is revitalizing the streets of Harlem.
Harlem Restaurant Week, a new collaboration among Harlem’s premier merchant organizations, is featuring cuisines from Central, West and East Harlem businesses.
In conjunction with the 29th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Sapolin Accessibility Awards, Mayor de Blasio and the Mayor’s Office for People Continue Reading →
Uptown Council Member Helen Rosenthal‘s legislation which mandates the tracking of commercial storefronts across New York City, and a public database of vacant storefronts, was passed by the City Council Continue Reading →
The Senate Democratic Majority today passed the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019, the strongest affordable housing and tenant protections legislation in state history.
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