The Mayor’s Office of Special Enforcement is bringing a lawsuit against Manhattan real estate brokerage firm, Metropolitan Property Group (MPG).
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
Crains New York reports that office rents are down and retail remains rocky, but there are still plenty of ways to make a buck from Harlem to Hollis.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, Public Design Commission President Signe Nielsen, and Executive Director of the Commission Justin Garrett Moore, today announced the winners of the 36th Continue Reading →
L+M Development Partners dished out $43 million for Dunwell Apartments, a 183-unit Section 8 apartment complex in Hamilton Heights in Harlem, the developer told The Real Deal.
East Harlem Housing nonprofit Nuevo El Barrio is suing in an effort to stop L+M Development Partners from buying a 135-unit rental building on Madison Avenue, claiming it should have Continue Reading →
On late-night and early-morning subway rides, it’s common to see passengers dozing off (or passing out) on the way home. But New York City’s police commissioner is sounding the alarm.
The original settlers of Harlem were the Wecksquaesgeek Indians, who raised corn and tobacco, and called their land Quinnahung, or Planting Neck. The Weckquaesgeek tribe, was a subset of the Continue Reading →