“My Lenox Terrace Recommendation: No.” Says Borough President Gale Brewer

In borough presidents Gale Brewers first Jan Update E-Newsletter for the year 2020 states:

“I issued my formal ULURP recommendation on a zoning text amendment proposed by the Olnick Organization for the development of five new buildings located at the Lenox Terrace complex in Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

Health Concerns In Central Harlem, Heart Disease Is A Real Cause For Alarm

In a report published by the New York City Department of Health, it was made obvious that heart disease is a real cause for concern in Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Kelis May Bring Milkshake To The Yard But There’s An Unhealthy Side Of Chocolate Milk In School Yards

When Rebecca Hodges sent her son to Pre-K in Brooklyn, she was excited for the year to come—full of learning adventures and making new friends. Continue Reading →

Help Out In Harlem, Sick Harlem Resident Needs Help Re-Homing 3 Dogs

A Harlem woman going through health difficulties has found it difficult to take care of her three beloved dogs and is looking for a new home for the animals. Continue Reading →

Exclusive New Renderings Of Harlem’s Future Tallest Skyscraper

A new mixed-use residential skyscraper by JFrankl Associates is scheduled to rise at 260-270 West 126th Street in Central Harlem reports NY Yimby. Continue Reading →

Harlem Tops Manhattan In Asthma Cases

Adults living in Harlem may be more susceptible to suffering from Asthma due to poor housing conditions that lead to asthma triggers such as mold and pests, according to a new study from Localize.city. Continue Reading →

The I. Kunz’s Well In Harlem NY 1898 (Photograph)

A great photograph by Harlem documentarian James Reuel Smith of the I. Kunz’s Well, (80 feet west), at 6th Street at West 138th Street, in Harlem, New York, on April 21, 1898. Continue Reading →

Orange Friday Is The New Black Friday At Food Bank For New York City In Harlem

Because Hunger Doesn’t Take a Holiday …

Post-Thanksgiving meals: The hardest time for New Yorkers in need to find a meal is the day AFTER Thanksgiving when many soup kitchens and charities are closed. Continue Reading →

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