New York City Files Plans For Inwood Library Redevelopment

The city has filed controversial plans to transform the Inwood Library branch into a 14-story residential building with a three-story library at its base. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Bloomingdale Library To Receive $3 Million To Improve Infrastructure And More

The New York Public Library’s Bloomingdale branch will close on February 16 to undergo a $3 million improvement project. Continue Reading →

New York Public Library’s Top Checkouts In Harlem And Uptown Book Checkouts Of 2018

The New York Public Library system which covers the Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island has unveiled its top book checkouts of 2018 systemwide. Continue Reading →

Celebrate 150 Year Anniversary And Open House At Washington Heights Library

The New York Public Library’s Washington Heights branch will host an open house, complete with a full day of programs for all ages on Saturday, September 29, 2018. Continue Reading →

Job: Acquisitions/Materials Librarian At Gottesman Libraries At Teachers College In Harlem

The Gottesman Libraries at Teachers College offers an expanding array of traditional and innovative services to the college community of educators. Continue Reading →

NYCity Officials And NYPL Announce New Inwood library And Affordable Apartments

Department of Housing Preservation and Development Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer, New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) President Eric Enderlin, and the New York Public Library (NYPL) announce development plans for 175 deeply affordable apartments and a new public library to be owned and operated by NYPL. Continue Reading →

Inwood Library’s Transformation Into Affordable Housing Is Closer

NY Curbed reports that plans to redevelop Inwood’s library into affordable housing is moving forward. Last week, the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development, in partnership with the New York Public Library, released a request for proposals to redevelop the site at 4790 Broadway. Continue Reading →

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