Hamilton Heights is a neighborhood in the northern part of Manhattan, in New York City.
The Bloomingdale Insane Asylum,1821–1889, was a private hospital for the care of the mentally unstable, founded by New York Hospital on 117th Street (between 10th and 11th Avenues) in Harlem, NY.
The New York Public Library’s Bloomingdale branch will close on February 16 to undergo a $3 million improvement project.
The New York Public Library system which covers the Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island has unveiled its top book checkouts of 2018 systemwide.
NY Yimby reports that a new high-rises aren’t a frequent occurrence in Upper Manhattan, but one such project currently rising at 543 West 122nd Street, in Morningside Heights, now has its first renderings.
Yimby News reports that the Savanna Fund has filed applications for a 32-story, 170-unit residential tower at 525 West 122nd Street, a.k.a 3080 Broadway, located in Morningside Heights.
Friends, It’s Monday, April 25, 2022. This week’s events are below these three timely paragraphs:
After supporting thousands of NYC-based artists and helping to reconnect New Yorkers with their communities through the power of the arts.
Charles Vincent Paterno, born Canio Paternò, August 4, 1878 – May 30, 1946, was an Italian-born American real estate uptown and Harlem developer.
Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York (UTS) is a non-denominational Christian seminary in Morningside Heights in Harlem, New York.
We love Harlem Homer Lusk Collyer (November 6, 1881 – March 21, 1947) and Langley Wakeman Collyer (October 3, 1885 – c. March 9, 1947), known as the Collyer brothers.
Casa Italiana is a building of Columbia University located at 1161 Amsterdam Avenue between West 116th and 118th Streets in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of Harlem, New York.
From Harlem to Hollis, Lyft is providing free rides to select cooling centers across the five boroughs to help those in need during this extreme heatwave.
Sources report that Christiane Crasemann Collins was born in Hamburg Germany, and immigrated first to Chile and then to the United States.
Fifty years ago, at the height of protest against the Vietnam War, the actions at Columbia University in Harlem, New York were among the most highly visible and effective.