Acacia Network Breaks Ground On $73 Million Housing Project In Harlem

20160922_111829_1-1474570124-3555A decades-old dream to build an affordable housing development in East Harlem is finally coming to fruition. The Acacia Network broke ground Thursday morning on its 100 percent affordable mixed-use development at 413 E. 120th St., that will contain 179 units. Continue Reading →

Condos With Harlem Meer Views Ask From $680,000

225953264-0Heritage Real Estate Partners’s upscale East Harlem condo launched sales over the weekend from $680,000. Wedged between East 103rd and 104th streets along Park Avenue, 11 of the building’s 72 condos are now up for grabs. Continue Reading →

Fabulous Harlem Townhouse With A Indoor/Outdoor Experience Seeks $3.75M

225637188-0A Hamilton Heights townhouse has hit the market for $3.75 million, and according to the brokerbabble, it’s a “once in a lifetime opportunity to own a piece of history on one of the most desirable landmarked streets, Hamilton Terrace.” Continue Reading →

Metropolitan Hospital Plans Apartments At 1880 First Avenue In East Harlem

1880-first-avenue1New York City’s hospitals are struggling. St. Vincent’s Hospital in the West Village shut its doors in 2010 and sold most of its property to condo developers. Continue Reading →

Joseph Durst New “Affordable Housing” In Harlem NY

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New York Yimby reported that over the summer, the Durst Organization, owned by business man Joseph Durst entered into contract to acquire the 36,281-square-foot site at 1800 Park Avenue, located between East 124th and 125th streets in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Staff Of The Dunbar National Bank, Harlem, NY, 1930

dunbar-bank-in-harlem-1A great photograph of the staff at the Dunbar National Bank, in the Paul Laurence Dunbar apartments, at West 149th and West 150th Streets (between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and Adam Clayton Powell Jr,) Harlem, NY, 1930.
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Sugar Hill Architect David Adjaye In Conversation With Spencer Bailey At The 92nd St. Y

g_101916_adjaye_baileyTanzanian-born architect David Adjaye, whose Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., opens this fall, discusses his new project and other recent work with Surface magazine editor-in-chief Spencer Bailey. Continue Reading →

$91M Property Purchased By Donald Durst In Harlem

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Douglas Durst’s company has made a big move in central Harlem, purchasing a key development site for $90,955,570 from Ian Bruce Eichner. Continue Reading →

Community Board 7 Announces The Proposed Penthouse In Harlem

west harlem at 101th street in harlemOur friends at Community Board 7 has announced a hearing regarding the proposed penthouse addition to a building at West End Avenue and West 101st Street. Here are the details below: Continue Reading →

Connecting Harlem, The High Bridge Tour With Sid Horenstein

highbridge tour in harlemConsidered an engineering marvel when it opened in 1848, the High Bridge is part of the Croton Aqueduct that crosses Harlem River and is based on Roman engineering.

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