In the bustling streets of Harlem, where culture, history, and innovation converged.
In the early 20th century, the vibrant neighborhood of Harlem, nestled amidst the bustling metropolis of NYC, was a tapestry of cultural richness and undeniable allure.
Harlem’s Lenox Avenue Breakdown, a jazz album by the legendary saxophonist Archie Shepp, is an essential piece of music history that continues to inspire generations.
The Lenox Avenue Line is a surface transit line that ran on Lenox Avenue in Harlem, New York, from 1851 – 1935.
A Cow Pasture (once the farmland of John and Adolph Bussing in inherited from Arent Harmense Bussing), on Lenox Avenue and 116th Street in Harlem, NY in 1893.
The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced the winners of the 2021 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards.
An incredible black and white photograph of a slice of time in Harlem by an unknown photographer on a bright sunny day 125th Street between Lenox Avenue and Seventh Avenue, in Harlem, New York in 1918.
Lenox Avenue – also named Malcolm X Boulevard; both names are officially recognized – is the primary north-south route through Harlem, NY.
Come on Harlem the village is going to Ghana.
Meridian Retail Leasing, the retail leasing division of Meridian Capital Group, has arranged a long-term, 540-square-foot lease for Chick’nCone at 370 Lenox Avenue in Harlem.
A lottery for four Harlem apartments the city considers “affordable” is now accepting applications, but the “below-market” units require tenants to earn at least $76,000 incomes.
The Worldwide Leasing Team of Faith Hope Consolo announces a new exclusive agency to lease the retail space at 101-109 Lenox Avenue between 115th and 116th Street as part of their ongoing active focus of Harlem.
Old NYC posted this rare photograph of working laying phone or electrical wire looking north on downtown side of Lenox Avenue (today renamed Malcolm X Blvd.,) from 120th Street in Central Harlem, New York, March 12, 1901.
From our friends at Community Board 10 Join them! They will be decorating the Lenox Avenue Medians with Halloween decorations and building scarecrows to decorate the Medians and their Mount Morris Park neighborhood.
Lemor Development Group has filed applications for a 10-story, 79-unit mixed-use project at 407 Lenox Avenue, located on the corner of West 131st Street in Harlem.