An anonymous Midtown East-based LLC has filed applications for a four-story, 18,987-square-foot commercial building where the Lenox Lounge once stood at 286 Lenox Avenue, Harlem, New York.
Gothamist reports that there was hope for a while that Harlem’s legendary Lenox Lounge—which closed in 2012 following a rich 73 years history—would one day reopen, preserving a slice of history in an area that’s undergoing significant changes.
NYPost writes that as Nobu co-founder Richie Notar prepares to launch an eagerly awaited new music club at the former Lenox Lounge site, a plan for the original fabled jazz venue to relocate two blocks north appears stalled.
The owner of a famed Harlem hotspot is movin’ on up . . . two blocks up, to be precise.
James Lenox, August 19, 1800 – February 17, 1880, was an American bibliophile, philanthropist and had Lenox Avenue In Harlem named after him.
Lenox Avenue – also named Malcolm X Boulevard; both names are officially recognized – is the primary north-south route through Harlem, NY.
The Worldwide Leasing Team of Faith Hope Consolo announces a new exclusive agency to lease the retail space at 101-109 Lenox Avenue between 115th and 116th Street as part of their ongoing active focus of Harlem.
By Lil Nickelson When I was a kid growing up in the Sugar Hill section of Harlem, Saturday evening was date night for my parents and they would go out to eat at Sherman’s BBQ on the corner of our block on Amsterdam Avenue and 151st Street or down to Broadway and 145th Street to…
It’s barely one month old, but Lenox Ave.’s newest restaurant is already on its second name. No matter what you call the place, its partners say they’re all about serving Harlem and working with their neighbors.
The renowned arts-focused Betsy Hotel is pleased to announce back by popular demand, Legacy Pianist Danny Mixon as an Artist in Residence at The Betsy Writers Room.
“Nights in Harlem” is a song by the legendary recording artist Luther Vandross. It was photographed throughout Harlem from a new of some of Harlem’s beautiful parks to Lenox Lounge to The Apollo Theater.
By Olivia Heffernan Walking into Paris Blues is like entering a time warp, it turns out it actually is. Samuel Hargress Jr., 83, opened the Harlem blues and jazz club in 1969 and it hasn’t changed since.
By Lil Nickelson On Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. (“Wells Fargo”) opened its second branch office in Harlem at 286 Lenox Avenue in between 125th and 124th Street, in the ground floor space that the Lenox Lounge used to occupy.
By Robert Walker Nadhege Ptah is a New York-based actress, writer, and director who has been screening her wonderful short film ‘Paris Blues In Harlem’.
NBC reports that a man trying to rob a bodega worker in Harlem at knifepoint was himself stabbed to death by the clerk, police and witnesses say.