Harlem’s Global House, The International House New York In Morningside Heights 1924 –

Harlem’s International House New York, also known as I-House, is a private, independent, non-profit residence and program center for postgraduate students. Continue Reading →

The Historic Union Theological Seminary In The City Of New York In Harlem 1928

Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York (UTS) is a non-denominational Christian seminary in Morningside Heights in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Demolition Wraps For 42-Story Tower At In Morningside Heights In West Harlem

Demolition appears complete at 3041 Broadway in Morningside Heights in Harlem, the site of a forthcoming 42-story tower from Robert A. M. Stern Architects. Continue Reading →

A New 42-Story Mixed-Use Condo Tower Planned For Morningside Heights In Harlem

The first official rendering surfaced in the YIMBY Forums of the 42-story mixed-use condominium building coming to 3041 Broadway in Morningside Heights in Harlem. Continue Reading →

“ICE Not Welcome In Harlem,” Says Harlem State Sen. Brian A. Benjamin

Harlem State Sen. Brian Benjamin, New Sanctuary Coalition, Union Theological Seminary and a group of twenty Harlem and East Harlem Clergy put the Trump Administration on notice today that their communities care for and love our immigrant neighbors. Continue Reading →

Robert A.M. Stern Architects’ New Harlem Skyscraper Revealed

The Union Theological Seminary is working with Lendlease and L&L Holding Company to create a 42-story tower in the heart Morningside HeightsContinue Reading →

‘As of Right’ And Wrong As Developers Target Morningside Heights

These days we’re feeling vulnerable and neglected in Morningside Heights, the New York neighborhood bounded by 110th Street, 125th Street, Riverside Park and Morningside Park. Continue Reading →


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