Azimuth Development Plans 30-Unit Building And Church In Central Harlem

The Real Deal reports that Azimuth Development Group is planning a mixed-use building with 30 residential units and a church in Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

Fred The Godson And Harlem’s Dave East Team Up For “G5″

Fred The Godson is making sure that the South Bronx is well represented throughout the summer season, and he’s back with his new hype track “G5.” Continue Reading →

Washington Heights With Help From Harlem Developer Is Getting Its Own Food Hall

The construction for Washington Heights’ North End Food Hall from Sugar Hill Capital Partners is underway, signaled by the soon-to-close pop-up coffee shop that has perched in a 1000 square-foot space at 4300 Broadway at 183rd Street since December. Continue Reading →

Case Of Legionnaires’ Disease In The Harlem Sparks Alerts

A New York Police Department officer has contracted Legionnaires’ disease leading to a spate of investigations by the health officials as to its source and potential capacity for spread. Continue Reading →

Schomburg Harlem Highlights Hip-Hop Archives During National Hip-Hop History Month

schomburg library in harlemIn recognition of National Hip-Hop History Month, the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is highlighting notable items from its Hip-Hop Archive Project Collection, initiated in 1999 to actively collect and preserve materials from hip-hop pioneers. Continue Reading →

NYPD Rescue Man Threatening To Jump From Bridge Taken To Harlem Hospital (Video)

man-on-bridge-in-harlemA daring rescue took place Wednesday morning when a man climbed to the top of the Macombs Dam Bridge, which connects Harlem with the South Bronx. Continue Reading →

“Have You Ever Heard of This Thing Called the Lincoln [Hospital] Collective?” Talk In Harlem

60a3bd4b-e485-4d6d-b260-f0e8ef181830What do you do if you’re a young physician with a growing sense of social justice, and the world looks like it’s in political upheaval around you? In 1970, about two-dozen young physicians asked themselves this very question. Continue Reading →

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