$5.4 Billion Generated By New York State Craft Beer From Harlem To The Hudson

In 2018, the New York State craft beer industry generated $5.4 billion in economic contribution, as reported in an economic impact study funded by the New York State Brewers Association (NYSBA). Continue Reading →

East Harlem Residents Want Better Schools, Affordable Housing, Job creation And More

East Harlem residents service provider Union Settlement surveys neighborhood residents every two years to determine the community’s concerns and desires, and this year’s report shows that schools and crime are on the minds of East Harlemites. Continue Reading →

Half Of All U.S. Adults Have A Family Member Who Has Been Incarcerated From Harlem To Hollywood

A new, first-of-its-kind report released today finds that nearly half of all adults in the United States – approximately 113 million people – have an immediate family member who is either formerly or currently incarcerated. Continue Reading →

As Other Manhattan Corridors Decline Harlem Corridors Show Year-Over-Year Increases

Manhattan’s most popular retail corridors experienced widespread asking rent declines in the fall of 2018.

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Health Department Releases Walking Report And Hosts Third Annual Harlem Walk-A-Thon

The Health Department’s Center for Health Equity today released “Block by Block: Walking for a Healthier East Harlem,” a report on walking in East Harlem based on a survey of over 200 residents and street assessments of more than 20 blocks. Continue Reading →

New Report States That Uptown Rents Rise Fastest In Neighborhoods With Families

StreetEasy’s annual rent affordability report is out, which finds that rent increases from Harlem to Hollis have fallen disproportionately on neighborhoods with a greater share of families. Continue Reading →

Decline In Home Sales Volume And Value From Harlem To Hollis Continues In 2Q18

The New York City residential sales market recorded an eight percent decrease in citywide consideration (monetary value for completed transactions) totaling $12.3 billion in the second quarter of 2018, compared with the second quarter of 2017, according to the Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) Residential Sales Report. Continue Reading →

Report: From Harlem To Hollis Failing Working Black Women, Local Wage Gap Is Wider In The U.S.

Today, ahead of Black Women’s Equal Pay Day on August 7th, New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer released an alarming analysis of Black women’s earnings in New York City that uncovers a wage gap higher than New York State and the entire U.S. Continue Reading →

Health Department, United Hospital Fund And Partners Release Small Primary Care Practices In NYC Report

The Health Department, United Hospital Fund (UHF) and their partners in the Population Health Improvement Program (PHIP) today released PHIP Small Practice Project, a report which focuses on the challenges small, independent primary care practices face in New York City. Continue Reading →

Report: Marijuana Could Be A $3.1B Business And End “Disproportionate Impact”

Marijuana could be New York’s next cash crop. Continue Reading →