Historic Hamilton Heights Townhouse Revamped At $3M

househarlem1There is a lot to love about this Hamilton Heights townhouse, starting with its location: It sits at the corner of Hamilton Terrace and West 141st Street, positioned directly across from Hamilton Grange. Continue Reading →

5th Annual Uptown Games Set For Sunday At Armory (update)

Uptown GamesSenator Adriano Espaillat, Council Members Ydanis Rodriguez and Mark Levine, the Armory Foundation and New York Road Runners announce the free fifth annual Uptown Games, to be held Sunday (April 3rd) at The Armory New Balance Track & Field Center.

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“Hamilton The Revolution” The Book Signing Uptown

hamilton thebook 1Meet Uptown’s own, Lin-Manuel Miranda as he autographs for you an advanced copy of Hamilton The Revolution about the one time Uptown resident Alexander Hamilton at Hamilton Grange in Hamilton Heights Continue Reading →

Famous Fish, Best Fried Fish And Chips In Harlem

famous fish in harlem1That’s right, the Best Fried Fish And Chips in Harlem is Famous Fish Market on 684 St. Nicholas Avenue in West Harlem. The neighborhood fish spot located just below 145th Street in Hamilton Heights has some of the best salted fried whiting and fries in the world for a great price.   Continue Reading →

Volunteer With City Harvest In Harlem

600_437657490For this Healthy Neighborhoods Mobile Market volunteer effort in Harlem, please also register through the City Harvest website. Use the following link to register: Continue Reading →

Hamilton Grange, Alexander Hamilton’s Home In Harlem

C39574C5-155D-451F-67464DB29EB1DAD8-largeHamilton Grange National Memorial is a National Park Service site in St. Nicholas Park, New York City that preserves the relocated home of U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. Continue Reading →

Construction At 149th Street Sugar Hill, NY 1915

construction-at-149th-street-sugar-hill-manhattan-new-york-ny-1915-20Construction at 149th Street in the (“Take the A train…”) area of the Sugar Hill (or Hamilton Heights) area on March 20, Harlem, New York in 1918

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