An anonymous Midtown East-based LLC has filed applications for a four-story, 18,987-square-foot commercial building where the Lenox Lounge once stood at 286 Lenox Avenue, Harlem, New York.
Gothamist reports that there was hope for a while that Harlem’s legendary Lenox Lounge—which closed in 2012 following a rich 73 years history—would one day reopen, preserving a slice of Continue Reading →
NYPost writes that as Nobu co-founder Richie Notar prepares to launch an eagerly awaited new music club at the former Lenox Lounge site, a plan for the original fabled jazz Continue Reading →
The owner of a famed Harlem hotspot is movin’ on up . . . two blocks up, to be precise.
James Lenox, August 19, 1800 – February 17, 1880, was an American bibliophile, philanthropist and had Lenox Avenue In Harlem named after him.
Lenox Avenue – also named Malcolm X Boulevard; both names are officially recognized – is the primary north-south route through Harlem, NY.