Today, New York Assembly Member Daniel O’Donnell (AD 69) publicly denounced Harlem’s Columbia University’s continual failure to fulfill its moral obligation to West Harlem.
The early 20th century witnessed a transformative in Harlem, NY, as the neighborhood underwent significant changes, both socially and physically into the renaissance it became.
Join the Shine on Harlem Challenge and experience the dazzling light and sound displays along 125th Street right here in Harlem.
Plans are underway to form a BID on East 125th Street, a diverse corridor with a rich cultural history, outstanding intermodal transit connectivity, and a growing population.
Permits have been filed for a five-story mixed-use building at 2289-2291 Third Avenue in East Harlem, NY.
BET, a subsidiary of Paramount Global, in partnership by 125th Street BID and the Apollo, announced today the 10 recipients of the third annual Harlem Entrepreneurial Microgrant Initiative.
In his book Springs and Wells of Harlem, NY and the Bronx, by Stanley Greenberg with James Ruel Smith‘s documented water springs in the Broadway and 125th Street area in Harlem, NY.
On Wednesday, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine opened a COVID testing site in partnership with SOMOS Community Care at the Borough President’s Northern Manhattan Office.
Affordable units are newly available at The Victoria Tower Residences.
The Association for a Better New York hosted a tour unveiling new murals created as part of its citywide, community-based arts program “Together, We Are New York” on Sunday, October 24, 2021, at 256 East 125th Street, Harlem, NY.
The 125th Street Business Improvement District (BID) along with Community Boards 9 & 10, are thrilled to announce that actor, host, comedian, producer, writer, director, DJ, philanthropist, and entrepreneur.
Elite Builders & Management (“EBM”), a New York-based M/WBE design-build company specializing in ornamental, structural, and miscellaneous steel, has been retained by L+M Development Partners.
An incredible black and white photograph of a slice of time in Harlem by an unknown photographer on a bright sunny day 125th Street between Lenox Avenue and Seventh Avenue, in Harlem, New York in 1918.
Many holiday traditions are being disrupted this year, but the Harlem holiday lights are set to shine as bright as ever over 125th Street.
For years, New Yorkers have observed growing numbers of vacant storefronts in the neighborhood. And that was before the pandemic.