Local East Harlem YouthBuild Graduates Earn National Scholarship

YouthBuild USA has announced that Amanda Guzman, Chasity Williams, and Jude Steffers-Wilson, 2004, 2015, and 2017 graduates, respectively, of Youth Action YouthBuild in East Harlem. Continue Reading →

Local YouthBuild Graduates Earn National Scholarship In East Harlem

YouthBuild USA has announced that Amanda Guzman, Chasity Williams, and Jude Steffers-Wilson, 2004, 2015, and 2017 graduates, respectively, of Youth Action YouthBuild in East Harlem. Continue Reading →

Developer Closes On $28M Harlem Complex Deal And Demolish Ennis Francis Houses

The Real Deal reports that Abyssinian Development Corp. has finally closed on the $27.8 million sale of the Ennis Francis Houses in Central Harlem, following a protracted legal feud with the buyer. Continue Reading →

Harlem State Senator Candidate Is Exec At Company That Owns Problem Properties

Many tenants in Harlem who are lacking heat or hot water, living in decrepit conditions, or getting slapped with an eviction notice now know who to call: soon-to-be state Sen. Brian Benjamin. Continue Reading →

Apollo Lends Extell $65M For East Harlem Project

gary-barnett-pathmark-149-east-124th-streetThe Real Deal reports that Extell Development chief Gary Barnett has locked down $65 million in financing from Apollo Global Management for a still-undisclosed development project in East Harlem. Continue Reading →

Rev. Calvin Butts Sees Better Times For Abyssinian Development Corp.

rev butts in harlemTwo weeks ago, Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke at Harlem’s Abyssinian Baptist Church, where he vowed to defend immigrants from deportation and pledged to protect the rights of all New Yorkers who feel threatened by the incoming Trump administration. Continue Reading →


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