Harlem Townhouse Prices Have Increased 171 %

NY Curbed reports that Harlem townhouse prices are skyrocketing is no surprise; every few months, a new townhouse comes on the market trying to create a new sales record. Continue Reading →

Permits Filed For Development In West Harlem NY

NY Yimby reports that [easyazon_link identifier=”0810939460″ locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Central Park[/easyazon_link] North doesn’t often see new developments, but now, new building applications have been filed for a vacant site at 145 West [easyazon_link identifier=”B000RKW2MW” locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]110th Street[/easyazon_link], in Harlem. Continue Reading →

When Will Harlem’s Townhouse Market Catch Up With Manhattan Prices?

In a recent analysis by PropertyShark, focusing on Harlem’s townhouse market. Continue Reading →

Inwood Library’s Transformation Into Affordable Housing Is Closer

NY Curbed reports that plans to redevelop Inwood’s library into affordable housing is moving forward. Last week, the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development, in partnership with the New York Public Library, released a request for proposals to redevelop the site at 4790 Broadway. Continue Reading →

Hans Futterman Loses Control Of Site In Harlem

The Real Deal reports that Hans Futterman has lost control of his troubled Harlem development site, after a failed last-ditch attempt to pay back creditors on the 127-unit residential project. Continue Reading →

New 13-Story Apartment Building Coming To Harlem

Patch reports that developer Artimus Construction has filed plans with the city Department of Buildings for a new 13-story apartment building in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Surprise, Surprise, Investors From Harlem To Hollis Are Coming For Your Distressed Real Estate

The trend has already been playing out in New York for some time, where some of the city’s most prominent developers have stepped in to grab properties from developers who bit off more than they could chew and couldn’t land construction financing. Continue Reading →

Reveal Of New Condominium Project West Harlem

Yesterday, YIMBY revealed a new condominium project coming to 17 Convent Avenue, on the corner of West 128th Street. Continue Reading →

7 Simple Steps To Help You Save For A House In Just Twelve Months

Trulia reports that if you want to buy a home in Harlem but don’t have a pile of cash in the bank? You’re not alone. Continue Reading →

Permits Filed For Apartment Building In Harlem

New York Yimby reports that a few blocks east of Morningside Park, just past Frederick Douglass Boulevard, another vacant site is set to yield a substantial development. Continue Reading →

Harlem Activist Claims Exclusion Of Minorities And Women On Meadowlands Project

North Jersey reports that Harlem-based civil rights leader has sent a letter to the developer of American Dream Meadowlands questioning the level of diversity among contractors and subcontractors at the East Rutherford site. Continue Reading →

East Harlem Redevelopment Greenlit by City Council

City Land NY reports that the City Council approved with modifications a redevelopment plan that will bring 3 high school facilities, 315 affordable housing units, a new park and playground, retail space, and job opportunities to East Harlem. Continue Reading →

Exclusive Reveal Of The Convent Avenue Condos In West Harlem

Back in April of 2015, YIMBY reported on the filing of new building applications for a long-forlorn site at 17 Convent Avenue, on the corner of West 128th Street, in West Harlem. Continue Reading →

Emerald Equity Buys Harlem Buildings For $25M

Real estate investor Isaac Kassirer’s Emerald Equity Group continues to look to the East Harlem multifamily market, having acquired a four-building portfolio of mixed-use rental properties in the neighborhood from Castellan Real Estate Partners for $24.8 million, Commercial Observer has learned. Continue Reading →

A Sneaker Store Just Opened In A Former Harlem Theater

Footwear News reports that sneaker fans will be happy with how a defunct New York City theater in Spanish Harlem has been resurrected. Continue Reading →