SoHarlem Doubles Space At Mink Building In The Manhattanville Area In Harlem

The Janus Property Company has executed a lease at the Manhattanville Factory District’s Mink Building, approximately doubling the footprint of SoHarlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Morris Raphael Cohen, Philosopher, Lawyer, And Legal Scholar 1880 – 1947

Morris Raphael Cohen (Belarusian: Морыс Рафаэль Коэн; July 25, 1880 – January 28, 1947) was an American philosopher, lawyer, and legal scholar who united pragmatism with logical positivism and linguistic analysis. Continue Reading →

The Legendary “Striver’s Row”, St. Nicholas Historic District In Harlem 1891 –

The St. Nicholas Historic District, known as “Striver’s Row”, is a historic district located on both sides of West 138th and West 139th Streets between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Lesley Lokko Resigns Based On Race And Workload As Dean City College In Harlem

Lesley Lokko, Ghanaian-Scottish architect, academic, and novelist has resigned from her position as dean of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at the City College of New York (CCNY) in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Espaillat, Rangel And CUNY Leaders Announce Funding For New At City College

Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat (NY-13), joined by his predecessor, former Representative Charles B. Rangel, City College (CCNY) President Vincent Boudreau Continue Reading →

The Data Shows That Harlem Subway Swipes Have Plummeted Amid Coronavirus Spread

Harlemites have been avoiding the subway in droves after city and state officials urged New Yorkers to work from home and banned large gatherings in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus in New York City. Continue Reading →


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