In the bustling streets of Harlem, where the rhythm of progress permeates the air, stands a testament to the indomitable spirit of philanthropy.
Tuesday, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine was joined by elected officials and advocates to call on transportation officials to close one lane of vehicular traffic.
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) announces applications are now open for the 2023 Manhattan Arts Grants supporting arts projects from Harlem to Hollis.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced an agreement with a landlord, real estate management company.
Today Community Board 12 organized a Walkthrough inside Inwood Hill Park alongside Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, Congressman Adriano Espaillat and many more.
For about a decade near the turn of the last century, now forgotten Manhattan Field in Harlem served as an important New York sports venue.
The New York City Department of Transportation and Lyft today joined City Council Transportation Chair Ydanis Rodriguez and Upper Manhattan community organizations.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the 181st Street Busway, which will bring faster bus speeds to 66,000 daily riders in Washington Heights, will launch on April 26th, 2021.
Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer and the NYC & Company Foundation have announced this year’s Manhattan recipients of Borough Cultural Tourism Development Grants.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced the extension of NYC Ferry’s Astoria route to serve the East 90th Street landing in Upper Manhattan.
At press time, TheCity.nyc’s COVID-19 tracker shows Manhattan has 25,131 confirmed cases and 2,929 deaths; New York City as a whole has 201,123 cases and 21,649 deaths.
The Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer (MOCTO) and the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) together with City agencies and the communities of Inwood and Washington Heights today announced the opening of applications for innovative.
Manhattan Valley is a community located in the northern part of Upper West Side. It is bounded by West 110th Street to the north, Central Park West to the east, West 96th Street to the south, and Broadway to the west.
An NYCEDC press release reports that the Blasio Administration today released a progress update for the City’s vision to close the 32.5-mile loop of the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway.
In the early days, Harlem’s history of waterfront development like the Harlem Rowing clubs and more that came to an end during the early 1900’s.