Harlemite Christiane Collins Fought Columbia University To Preserve Harlem’s Parks

Sources report that Christiane Crasemann Collins was born in Hamburg Germany, and immigrated first to Chile and then to the United States. Continue Reading →

Steven A. Kirschenbaum Of Madison Advisory Group Advises On The Sell-out Of 6 Harlem Condos

Steven A. Kirschenbaum, of Madison Advisory Group LLC, advised an investment group on the acquisition, development and sellout of 6 condominium units in 2 combined brownstones in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Rendering Revealed For 32-Story Condo Building At Morningside Heights In Harlem

NY Yimby reports that a new high-rises aren’t a frequent occurrence in Upper Manhattan, but one such project currently rising at 543 West 122nd Street, in Morningside Heights, now has its first renderings. Continue Reading →

The Toddler Language Project Opportunity In Harlem

If you have a child who is, or who will be, age two before the end of this year, and you are interested in having him/her participate in an educational research project that is documenting language acquisition in young children, and offers significant benefits for your child. Continue Reading →

Site Of The Cathedral Of Saint John The Divine At Morningside Park In Harlem, NY 1893

An amazing photograph taken at the site of the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine looking northeast between Amsterdam and Manhattan Avenues at 110th Street from Morningside Park in West Harlem, NY 1893. Continue Reading →

Reworking A Refuse Storage Area In Harlem

Waste Management World reports that in New York City CTA Architects P.C. has completed a $1.1 million redevelopment and upgrade of the 5650 square foot (525 square metre) refuse storage area at Morningside Gardens, a six-building co-op complex in West Harlem’s Morningside Heights section. Continue Reading →

B.P. Brewer Releases Results Of Survey Of Empty Storefronts From Harlem To Hollis

Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer today released results of a survey of vacant storefronts along the entire length of Broadway, conducted Sunday, May 21, 2017 by several dozen volunteers and interns organized by her office.  Continue Reading →

West Harlem’s George Carlin, One Of The Best Comics Of All Time

George Denis Patrick Carlin, May 12, 1937 – June 22, 2008, was an American comedian, actor, author and social critic. Carlin was noted for his black comedy and thoughts on politics, the English language, psychology, religion, and various taboo subjects. Continue Reading →

3 West Harlem, Morningside Heights Projects Funded Through Participatory Budgeting

Three projects to improve parks, public housing and schools in West Harlem and Morningside Heights won funding during this year’s participatory budgeting cycle, according to Harlem City Councilman Mark Levine. Continue Reading →

Fareportal Celebrate Earth Day With Clean Up In Harlem With New York Cares

Fareportal, the travel technology company powering CheapOair and OneTravel, sent a team of volunteers this weekend to help clean Morningside Park in Harlem, New York City in celebration of Earth Day. Continue Reading →

From Harlem To Hollis Keeping A Rent-Stabilized Apartment Is Getting Harder

There are still more than 900,000 rent-stabilized apartments in New York City, but these regulated units are turning over at a faster rate in certain neighborhoods, according to a new report by the city’s Independent Budget Office  Continue Reading →

32-Story Development In Morningside Heights Harlem

Yimby News reports that the Savanna Fund has filed applications for a 32-story, 170-unit residential tower at 525 West 122nd Street, a.k.a 3080 Broadway, located in Morningside Heights. Continue Reading →

Here’s The 3D Map Of New Morningside Heights Historic District In Harlem

Preservationists in c celebrated a victory last week when the city Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) voted to create a new 115-building historic district in the neighborhood. Continue Reading →

Morningside Heights Landmarks Designations Approved

Morningside Heights preservationists celebrated long-fought victories Tuesday as the city landmarks commission voted unanimously to create a Morningside Heights Historic District and to designate the grounds of Cathedral of St. John the Divine an individual landmark. Continue Reading →