Learn More About Columbia Journalism School At Columbia University In West Harlem

Harlem’s Columbia University invites you to learn more about Columbia Journalism School, where they lead the way to journalism’s future, educating and training students from around the world to pursue the truth and become accomplished professional journalists. Continue Reading →

Groundbreaking $15.5 Million Project To Expand And Revamp Montefiore Square In Harlem

The NYC Department of Transportation (DOT), NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), NYC Department of Parks and Recreation (Parks) Continue Reading →

FCC Creates East Harlem Innovation Zone For Wireless Tech & 5G Network Experimentation

The Federal Communications Commission today announced the creation of its first two Innovation Zones, in West Harlem, NY, and Salt Lake City. Continue Reading →

U.S. Census Bureau Is Counting On Signing Office Lease In West Harlem

The United States Census Bureau will open a Manhattanville office to help facilitate the first-ever digital census next year, Commercial Observer has learned. Continue Reading →

New Food Hall At Columbia University With A Hot Chef Comes To West Harlem

Another food hall’s opening uptown next year. Columbia University’s new science center in West Harlem will soon be home to a food hall from chef Franklin Becker, the man behind fast-casual lunch chain Little Beet. Continue Reading →

John P. Greco III’s 123BSB Harlem Restaurants Grand Opening Is Coming To West Harlem

John P. Greco III, a major restaurateur, and chef, made it official today that his newest place 123BSB, a lively “sports” restaurant, will have its gala opening on Wednesday, August 7th. Continue Reading →

Teachers From Harlem To Hollis Selected To Participate In Competitive STEM Training In Harlem

Today, AT&T and the universities building one of the country’s first and largest real-world testbeds of advanced wireless communications announced the names of ten teachers from schools from Harlem to Hollis, Queens. Continue Reading →

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