See How Hard Gentrification Has Hit Places From Harlem To Hollis

A walk around a neighborhood can reveal some surface-level signs of gentrification, such as a pricey new coffee shop or the skeleton of a high-rise apartment building. Continue Reading →

Real Estate Developer Keller Williams To Stop Calling South Harlem ‘SoHa’

This is the power of persistent community outrage. Keller Williams, the big New York City real-estate firm accused of rebranding South Harlem as “SoHa” (in the tradition of more affluent NYC neighborhoods like SoHo, Tribeca, DUMBO, etc.). Continue Reading →

Whole Foods NYC Gives Back To Marcus Garvey Park And Other Local Parks

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Whole Foods Market stores in New York City are joining forces with various city parks to celebrate the retailer’s 5% Community Giving Day. Continue Reading →

Constant Contact Is A Blast!