Development At 2150 Second Avenue, East Harlem, NY

2150-second-avenue in HarlemEast Harlem’s days of abandoned buildings and vacant lots are receding quickly into the past. Today, we have a rendering for a narrow 11-story residential building at 2150 Second Avenue, between East 110th and 111th streets, East Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Target’s New Store Of The Future For Harlem And Beyond

target future in harlemWith a Target store in East Harlem, Target just announced it’s making some major changes. Throughout this month, 25 stores in Los Angeles will get 35 improvements in their layouts, displays, lighting, and signage, as well as the products they sell. Continue Reading →

The Most Expensive Home In Harlem $5.4 Mil

harlem real estate1The Most Expensive Home In Harlem is this wonderful 1968 square foot condo home right in the heart of central Harlem, New York.
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Harlem Site Purchased For $875K After Deed Restriction Lifted

Meredith-Marshall-841-St.-Nicholas-AvenueBRP Companies recently purchased a Harlem development site just a few months after the city agreed to lift a deed restriction at the property, raising questions similar to those swirling around the recent sale of 45 Rivington Street, known as Rivington House. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Baseball Legend Jackie Robinson’s Former Brownstone $2.9M

jackie1This gorgeous Bedford-Stuyvesant house comes with a serious pedigree, the brownstone was once home to sports icon and color-barrier-breaker Jackie Robinson, who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1947 to 1956 and in the 1960s, he helped establish the Freedom National Bank, an African-American-owned financial institution based in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Harlem Fave Prince’s Spanish Villa In Spain

prince's spanish home1Possessed with the need for freedom, multi-skilled musician and recording artist Prince Rogers Nelson, broke through barriers and convention in the music industry so he could be free to do it his way. Continue Reading →

Apartment Building Planned To Replace Harlem Church

harlem-baptist-temple-church befo afterNew York Yimby reports that when a New York City church can’t afford to repair its own building, it’s only a matter of time until it ends up in the hands of real estate developers. Continue Reading →

Development At 57 West 130th Street In Harlem

real esatet in harlemNew York Yimby reports that an architect and his wife are finally planning to renovate a crumbling and long-vacant townhouse at 57 West 130th Street, between Lenox and Fifth avenues in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Supportive Housing Planned To Replace Abandoned Harlem Brownstone

52-54-east-126th-street  in harlemFifteen years ago, complaints began rolling into the City Department of Buildings about the abandoned, double-wide brownstone at 52-54 East 126th Street in East Harlem. The building was vacant and in danger of collapsing, callers said. Continue Reading →

Development At 152 West 140th Street, Harlem NY

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New York Yimby reports that as Harlem’s development boom stretches northward, investors are taking aim at the more densely built-out and better preserved blocks in central Harlem. Continue Reading →