What Does Amazon’s Long Island City Base Mean For Harlem Real Estate?

By Robert Demeter, Real Estate Writer, PropertyShark

Harlem is a less expensive alternative for those wanting to live in Manhattan, and the area has been seeing increased demand for residential properties and is slowly becoming gentrified. Continue Reading →

Amazon To Open New Headquarters In NYC And Gets $1.5B In Tax Breaks (Video)

Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo hold a press conference on Amazon’s Headquarters Expansion to Long Island City. Continue Reading →

WeWork Is City’s Largest Office Tenant, But Some Landlords Don’t Like Their Work

Crains NY reports that with a WeWork office in Harlem, the $20 billion provider of flexible workspace, was close to signing a lease at the city’s tallest office tower. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces Jobs And Construction Of Lower East Side NYC Ferry Dock

Mayor Bill de Blasio and community leaders today celebrated the start of construction on the Lower East Side’s new NYC Ferry landing. Continue Reading →

A Possible Win For Harlem, As NYC Submits Proposal For Amazon’s Second Headquarters

What could mean billions of dollars for economies from Harlem to Hollis, the City of New York today submitted its formal proposal for Amazon’s second headquarters (HQ2), expected to bring 50,000 good-paying jobs and an investment of over $5 billion to a city in North America. Continue Reading →

Citi Bike’s Harlem Expansion Will kick Off Next Week

NY Curbed reports that in just a week from now, Citi Bike’s planned expansion in Harlem will officially get underway. Continue Reading →

Surprise, Surprise, Investors From Harlem To Hollis Are Coming For Your Distressed Real Estate

The trend has already been playing out in New York for some time, where some of the city’s most prominent developers have stepped in to grab properties from developers who bit off more than they could chew and couldn’t land construction financing. Continue Reading →

Sign Up for the Harlem World Newsletter