As Congestion Pricing Looms, Electeds Rethink Uptown Parking

With the congestion pricing set to take effect in 2021 Upper Manhattan politicians are mobilizing to form a plan to reform parking regulations in order to prioritize on-street parking. Continue Reading →

NYS Elected Officials And Voting Advocates Call For Community To Participate In Early Voting

NYS Elected Officials and advocates gathered in Upper Manhattan to celebrate the new voting rights reform and to encourage their community about the importance of exercising their right to vote. Continue Reading →

Harlemite Who Is Oldest Living Person In US Says Healthy Diet And An Active Lifestyle Is Key

PX 11 reports that on Friday, July 5th, Harlem’s favorite supercentenarian, Mrs. Alelia Murphy was celerbated before she turns 114 years young on Saturday, July 6th, 2019. Continue Reading →

What’s Old Is New What’s New Is Old, New Design For A Rowing Boathouse On The Harlem River

Uptown Harlem was the home of rowing clubs called “Sculler’s Row” along the Harlem River from Harlem to Inwood in the 1840s, today rowing is making a comeback uptown. Continue Reading →

Helmsley Spear Appoints Harlem Specialist, RCS Adds Managing Director

Helmsley Spear announced the appointment of Michael Williams as a retail, commercial, and investment sales agent specializing in the Harlem and in Upper Manhattan markets. Continue Reading →

UNION Employment Open House In Harlem And More

NMIC is holding an open house for upper Manhattan residents to explore positions in healthcare with SEIU/1199. Continue Reading →

Amtrak Angers Residents After Blocking Views In The Hieghts, Spraying Chemicals

Upper Manhattan residents held a rally Wednesday night to call out the transit company Amtrak for its poor treatment of uptown neighborhoods. Continue Reading →

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