Marcus Garvey Park, like all of Harlem, is contested space. It was named for the Pan-Africanist leader in 1973, but the adjoining landmarked district retains the old name, Mount Morris Park. Continue Reading →
It’s that time of year again when the spookiest places in Harlem to haunt you again, it’s the time when the trickiest places are a treat and the places that treat you are never tricky in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Mount Morris Park West is one of the most sought after blocks if not the most sought after block in Harlem, and this beautiful brownstone is a fine example of that! Continue Reading →
This authentic brownstone which was built in 1909 and is replete with old world charm. This property offers the style and extraordinary proportions of an over-sized property for the area.
The most expensive brownstone in Harlem is a two family House, located on a beautiful block in Mount Morris Park, It is a 4-story authentic brownstone which was built in 1909 and is replete with old world charm at 29 Mount Morris Park West, New York, NY 10027. Continue Reading →
These great photographs by Sharon Cuff at Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem, New York on Tuesday, July 31st, 2015. Continue Reading →
Heat related illness is serious in Harlem, but it can be prevented. Prolonged exposure to the heat and direct sunlight at a concert at summerstage or relaxing at Mount Morris Park can be very harmful, and in some cases, fatal. Continue Reading →
In accordance with Section 25-313 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York, the District Office has been notified that a public hearing regarding the proposed designation of the Mount Morris Park Historic District Extension will be held on Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 9:30 AM. Continue Reading →