An ecumenical non-profit, comprised of mostly African-American pastors from Harlem to Hollis, is calling on the State Legislature to hold a public hearing to address the lack of diversity in the city’s construction and development industry.
Mayor de Blasio announced today that NYCHA has placed residents into nearly 15,000 jobs since 2014 through their workforce development programs.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today a commitment from the New York City Housing Authority to bring repairs to 62,000 apartments.
The Bill de Blasio administration today announced the release of its annual update on Open Data for All and the NYC Open Data Plan.
What? Harlem honey made on 119th Street, we love it! We licked our lips when we received an e-mail from the folks at Casa Frela Gallery inviting Harlem World to join their beekeepers for a first hand chance to learn about and (taste!) the Harlem honey harvest for 2015.
Good afternoon, West Harlem Development Corporation announces the release of the 2018 Small Grant Application to fund programs in the following areas:
The Legal Aid Society filed a lawsuit today in New York County Supreme Court contesting the East Harlem rezoning, which was recently approved by the New York City Council late last year.
City Land NYC reports that the Harlem African Burial Ground, affordable housing, and commercial space will replace the 126th Street Bus Depot.
A controversial city plan to rezone much of East Harlem gained a key approval Monday when the City Planning Commission voted to approve the plan, a city spokesman told Patch.
The effort to rezone East Harlem to allow for more building density and low-income housing made a leap forward today, as the City Planning Commission voted to approve the measure.
This morning, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer released her formal recommendation rejecting the de Blasio administration’s East Harlem neighborhood rezoning proposal.
It was a sluggish first half of the year for Northern Manhattan’s commercial real estate market, with a stunning drop in sales volume and mixed pricing results.
The history of Harlem is so vast, it could be the city’s sixth borough, but sadly over time, many of its once-notable areas have disappeared, replaced by endless skyscrapers or long forgotten altogether.
NY Curbed reports that the De Blasio administration has made a fair bit of progress in its initiative to create more affordable housing throughout the city.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on April 18, 2017 announced environmental remediation has been completed on the 500th tax lot under NYC oversight since his administration began in 2014, achieving 75 percent of his OneNYC cleanup goal 18 months ahead of schedule.