NYC Greenlights Amsterdam Avenue Bike Lanes In Harlem

The city will move forward with a plan to make safety improvements and add bike lanes to a dangerous stretch of Amsterdam Avenue in Harlem despite local community board’s opposition, city officials announced Thursday. Continue Reading →

Eartha’s World: Harlem Holiday Lights Ceremony 2018 Bringing In The Holidays

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The most wonderful time of the year is fast approaching and once again, The Harlem Holiday Lights Ceremony is ready to attract New Yorkers and tourists alike. Continue Reading →

An Invitation To Uptown Community Board 9 “The Artist Circle” In Harlem

The Community Board 9 Arts and Culture committee is pleased to invite all performing and visual artist in Manhattanville, Morningside Heights and Hamilton Heights to “The Artist Circle” which will take place on June 16th.

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Leslie Wyche, ‘Harlem’s Mayor,’ Crosses Over

NY Daily News reports that Leslie Wyche (left), a life-long Harlem resident known for years as the uptown neighborhood’s honorary mayor, passed away Thursday evening at a Bronx hospital. He was 73. Continue Reading →

Harlem Minority And Women Business Owners Received Less Than Fair Share (Update)

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On Sunday, December 8th, 2016, Comptroller Scott Stringer hosted a Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) owned business round table hosted at Cheri Restaurant on Lenox Avenue in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s P.S. 186 Affordable Units Will Rent From $508

PS186 Residential Entry RenderingP.S. 186 in Harlem is in the midst of a transformation from dilapidated, abandoned building to a $48.6 million mixed-use development, with a focus on low- to middle-income housing. Continue Reading →