The Janus Property Company has closed a lease with the West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) at the Sweets Building, 423 West 127th Street, in Harlem.
The Janus Property Company has executed a lease at the Manhattanville Factory District’s Mink Building, approximately doubling the footprint of SoHarlem.
Construction is nearing completion on the Taystee Lab Building, an 11-story mixed-use project at 450 West 126th Street in Manhattanville in West Harlem.
The huge redevelopment of Harlem’s former Taystee bread bakery has topped out at 11 stories, developers announced this week.
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that Harlem Biospace will open its second incubator space.
The Janus Property Company is pleased to announce that HYPOTHEkids (Hk) has expanded from its existing space at Harlem Biospace in the Manhattanville Factory District.
On a sunny April afternoon, 125th Street is a study in contrasts. Starting on the East Side near the Triborough Bridge, aging industrial buildings and a shuttered Pathmark give way to a bustling shopping district.
New York is a massive, sprawling metropolis home to over 8 million residents. Given its size, it can be hard to sort through all the fun options that you could take a friend or partner to.
The Harlem Night Market at La Marqueta is expanding in its second weekend.
Harlem is the perfect home for people who are looking to start anew. Besides the relatively lower cost of living, the neighborhood offers many benefits to professionals, students, and families alike.
By Lil Nickelson The last day of the 4th Annual Harlem EatUp Festival, May 20th, 2018 was centered around outdoor events at Morningside Park (112th Street and Manhattan Avenue) called The Harlem Stroll.
Before you say good bye to summer, go out with a bang on Labor Day. Whether you want ideas for a cool spot in south Harlem or you just want a staycation further uptown or around Harlem villages, we’ve listed the best places and other things to do, including ways to have the best ever Labor…
Harlem in the early 1940s was a place in flux. Though the Renaissance had ended a decade or so earlier, the cultural scene was still quite vibrant, with legendary jazz musicians, dancers, and entertainers of all sorts performing regularly in its many nightclubs.