Transportation Alternatives (TransAlt) is continuing its celebration of National Bike Month with eight bike commuter stations around the five boroughs, offering coffee, breakfast snacks and free gifts to people who pedal to work. Continue Reading →
On Sunday, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced new legislation critical to ending the AIDS epidemic in New York State. Continue Reading →
Following the headline, record rent prices and robust growth from Harlem to Hollis that dominated the retail market in 2015, the impact of 2016’s slowing global economy, year to date, triggered a natural adjustment in the Manhattan retail real estate market in Spring 2016. Continue Reading →
Here is the first Harlem business named who have parked their cash offshore or set up companies in farflung island nations to shelter their holdings. Continue Reading →
As the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) rolls out recycling for more than 400,000 residents from Harlem to Hollis, GrowNYC is gearing up to train NYCHA residents to become Environmental Ambassadors who encourage their neighbors to participate in the NYCHA Recycles! program. Continue Reading →
On Wednesday, the Global Language Project(GLP) celebrated its 4th Annual My Dream Speaks Benefit at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the Payne Whitney Mansion in New York City.
New York City is experiencing intermittent wind gusts in excess of 40 MPH. During periods of high winds, residents should use caution when walking or driving high profile vehicles. Continue Reading →