For many people in the sandwich generation, caring for aging parents while simultaneously raising children of their own can be an enormous challenge.
Welcoming customers begins even before they step through your doors; it starts with the first impression they have of your property.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced four judicial appointments to Family Court, Criminal Court, and Civil Court.
In the fast-paced nature of small business operations, all opportunities to increase revenue are invaluable.
Elevator maintenance is a crucial aspect of building management that ensures the safety, efficiency, and longevity of these vertical transportation systems.
“Say It Loud – I’m Black and I’m Proud,” is a funk song performed by music legend James Brown, and written with his bandleader Alfred “Pee Wee” Ellis in 1968 (years after performing in Harlem in 1962).
Harmony, blend, innovation, merger – these words might instantly evoke thoughts of technology, business, or startups.
Department of Finance (DOF) Commissioner Preston Niblack today announced the agency’s annual Notice of Property Value information sessions.
The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) today announced that it has obtained civil penalties amounting to $150,000.
Starting and running a successful business is no small feat.
Nestled amidst the majestic brownstones and historic structures along this Harlem block, the residence at 23 East 127th Street stands out with its 19-foot-wide facade.
On the fateful evening of July 28, 1931, the vibrant streets of Harlem’s Little Italy bore witness to a tragic event that would send shockwaves through the city.
NYC wants your input on the future of the Inwood 9th Avenue site!
A well-crafted roof is the crowning glory of any home, providing both aesthetic appeal and essential protection from the elements.
The winter’s frosty embrace is approaching, and busy homeowners are caught in a managing act.