WeWork To Buy Lord & Taylor Fifth Avenue Flagship

WeWork opened its office in Harlem afew years back, now Crains NY reports that Lord & Taylor’s century-old flagship store on Fifth Avenue is set to be sold for $850 million to the real estate investment arm of WeWork. Continue Reading →

Permits Filed For 168 West 136th Street, Harlem

An anonymous LLC has filed permits for an eight-story residential building in Harlem. The location will be about a block away from the 135th Street Station on Malcolm X Boulevard, serviced by the 2 and 3 trains, right next to Harlem’s NYC Health + Hospital facilities. Continue Reading →

Fort George Hill Development Revealed In Inwood

New York Yimby reports that permits have been filed for a 12-story mixed-use affordable housing facility at 1769 Fort George Hill, in Inwood. Continue Reading →

Why Amazon Should Consider Harlem For Its Second Headquarters

Derived from an article by Geekwire regarding Amazon’s announcement last month that it will begin searching for a second headquarters in North America and we think Harlem is a great option! Continue Reading →

Look At New Development In West Harlem

The Upper West Side doesn’t often see major new residential developments, especially of the affordable variety, which is why HPD’s plans for 145 West 108th Street, on behalf of the West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing, are somewhat surprising. Continue Reading →

The Schomburg And Others Celebrate An Extensive Two-Year, $22.3 Million Renovation

The New York Public Library’s renowned Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem today celebrated the reopening of several renovated spaces after a nearly two-year, $22.3 million renovation. Continue Reading →

A Stylish Uptown Co-op With Garden Views

In NY Curbed The Six-Digit Club, they report that when it comes to New York City real estate, one shouldn’t expect to buy much with just $395,000 but every now and then, a listing that might as well be a unicorn springs forth. Continue Reading →

Dickie Wells Club, Harlem, New York, 1940-1950

Dickie Wells was called the Harlem Playboy, and his club originally built as a bowling alley Dickie Wells aka “Dickie’s club” (above left photograph) was meant to be an off shoot of his reputation at 162 West 133rd Street at Seventh Avenue, in Harlem, NY, 1940-1950. Continue Reading →

Development Nears Topping-Out In East Harlem

New York Yimby reports that one of the largest new developments in East Harlem is now making substantial headway at 1399 Park Avenue, on the corner of East 104th Street, as shown in the latest progress photos by Tectonic. Continue Reading →

Harlem Condo Boards Suing L&M Development

Crains NY reports that two Harlem condominium boards are suing L&M Development Partners over defects and damage in their buildings, court records show. Continue Reading →

Fabulous Early Morningside Heights Beaux-Arts Building Seeks $799K

Curbed reports that part of one of Morningside Heights first Beaux-Arts buildings, this stylish one-bedroom co-op is now on the market for $799,000. Continue Reading →

The Tale Of An East Harlem Walkup

City Limits reports that there’s this building in East Harlem—242 East 106th Street. It’s four-stories, has seven apartments, is rent-stabilized. Continue Reading →

New East Harlem Renderings Nears Completion

YIMBY reported on new building applications for 336 East 112th Street in East Harlem back in September of 2015. Continue Reading →

Is Harlem The Site For A Steinbrenner-Owned Soccer Team?

Amp The Mag reports that a new venue battle lead by James Dolan and Tim Leiweke’s Oak View Group is taking shape in New York City, but this time the rival is not AEG. Continue Reading →

Construction Worker Seriously Injured By Falling Beam In Harlem (Update)

A construction worker is in critical condition after a beam fell on him at an East Harlem work site Friday, authorities and witnesses said. Continue Reading →