Union Settlement Celebrates Its 2021 Spring Benefit: A Virtual Event Empowering East Harlem

Tonight, Union Settlement, East Harlem’s oldest and largest social services provider, will host its 2021 Spring Benefit: A Virtual Event Empowering East Harlem. Continue Reading →

L+M Picks Up Hamilton Heights Complex

L+M Development Partners dished out $43 million for Dunwell Apartments, a 183-unit Section 8 apartment complex in Hamilton Heights in Harlem, the developer told The Real Deal. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s National Black Theatre Partners With L+M On Redevelop (Update)

A Harlem cultural institution that was on the brink of collapse a few year ago is partnering with one of the city’s best-connected developers to make over its property at the corner of 125th Street and Fifth Avenue. Continue Reading →

Nonprofit Files Suit To Stop L+M From Buying East Harlem building

East Harlem Housing nonprofit Nuevo El Barrio is suing in an effort to stop L+M Development Partners from buying a 135-unit rental building on Madison Avenue, claiming it should have the opportunity to purchase the property first. Continue Reading →

Residents, Officials, HCCI And Partners Celebrate HCCI New Home In Harlem

hcci1Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement (HCCI), and partners to celebrate the grand opening of the Rev. Dr. Charles A. Curtis Plaza located at 260 West 153rd Street in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Harlem Building NBA Owned Snagged By L+M, Red Rooster

red rooster buidling in harlemL+M Development Partners and a co-owner of Red Rooster Harlem shelled out $21 million for the soul food restaurant’s home — a three-story office building owned by the National Basketball Players Association. Continue Reading →

Join Harlem’s HCCI For Its 30th Anniversary Celebration

hcci gala in harlem1On Thursday, April 21, 2016, Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc. (HCCI) will host the 30 Anniversary “Let Us Break Bread Together” Awards Gala & Dinner at the Marina del Rey in Throgs Neck, New York. Continue Reading →


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