Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced six new initiatives aimed at increasing access and boosting diversity at New York City’s specialized high schools from Harlem to Hollis.
The Brodsky Organization has partnered with the Harlem International Film Festival to offer residents of their latest Morningside Heights rental property, Enclave at the Cathedral, exclusive screenings from the award-winning festival, uniquely integrating the community into the development.
On Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22, starting at 10 a.m., the Department of Consumer Affairs hosts its ninth annual Shred Fest, a paper-shredding event at 10 locations across the city.
On Monday, May 23, NYCEDC will open applications for its International Innovators Initiative (IN2NYC). In celebration, Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen and NYCEDC President Maria Torres-Springer will tour the Zahn Innovation Center at the City College of New York, a CUNY startup incubator and one of the IN2NYC partner institutions.
Italy has a special place in the hearts of many Harlemites from Little Italy East Harlem to the food that is the cornerstone in so many of our neighborhoods.
Here is the first Harlem business named who have parked their cash offshore or set up companies in farflung island nations to shelter their holdings.
For one week during Spring semester break, L’Oréal USA hosted 10 high school and 28 college students at its Fifth Avenue headquarters as part of its support for the New York Coalition of One Hundred Black Women’s annual Role Model Program.
NYC Parks and the Randall’s Island Park Alliance (RIPA) today announced the launch of the East Harlem Esplanade Project.
Executive Director of the Commission on Gender Equity Azadeh Khalili today announced the launch of the CGE website: nyc.gov/genderequity.
The Apollo Theater today announced the appointment of Kamilah Forbes as the Theater’s new Executive Producer. A director, producer, and cofounder of HiARTS/Hip Hop Theater Festival, Forbes will join the Apollo in September 2016.
The Association of Children’s Museums’ membership and board of directors adopted a resolution defining and guiding the growing role of children’s museums in closing the achievement gap during ACM’s annual InterActivity conference.
New York Yimby reports that when a New York City church can’t afford to repair its own building, it’s only a matter of time until it ends up in the hands of real estate developers.
Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc. (HCCI) celebrated its 30th Anniversary “Let Us Break Bread Together” Awards Dinner on Thursday, April 21, 2016 at Marina del Rey in Throgs Neck, NY.
On Thursday, April 21, 2016, Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc. (HCCI) will host the 30 Anniversary “Let Us Break Bread Together” Awards Gala & Dinner at the Marina del Rey in Throgs Neck, New York.
A developer is looking to make $105 million from the sale of condos at a planned 23-story building in Harlem, The Real Deal reports.